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Electrical Fire Safety Training Video from NAPIT

As we approach Electrical Fire Safety Week, which runs from the 22nd to the 28th September, consumers are reminded of the integral...

Carbon Monoxide Beware

How an electrician can help protect you from the dangers of carbon monoxide

Having a working carbon monoxide (CO) alarm is as essential as having a working fire alarm in your home. Carbon Monoxide is often dubbed...

BS7671 Amendment 3 edition electrical regulations

BS7671 Amendment 3 Free Seminars

Due to the forthcoming IET Wiring Regulations 17th Edition (BS 7671:2008 incorporating amendment number 3) NAPIT and Megger will soon...

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Electrical DIY Resources – Are these horrors lurking in your local library?

The threat of unregistered electricians and dangerous DIY electrical works being carried out in unsuspecting...

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Marketing Event for Electricians this Friday

This Friday the 5th of September from 1pm-4pm, at a private location in Daventry, the very first marketing event for electricians will be run by “ToolBox Live”....

Electrical Fire Safety Training Video from NAPIT

NAPIT Expo Training

As we approach Electrical Fire Safety Week, which runs from the 22nd to the 28th September, consumers are reminded of the integral safety role fire alarms play and of the importance of having them installed correctly by a qualified and competent electrician.

Those who are considering adding the design, installation and inspection of fire alarm systems to their portfolio can gain a better understanding of what this entails via a recently released video from NAPIT Training.

How an electrician can help protect you from the dangers of carbon monoxide

Carbon Monoxide Beware

Having a working carbon monoxide (CO) alarm is as essential as having a working fire alarm in your home. Carbon Monoxide is often dubbed the 'silent killer' due to the fact that it is odour free and colourless. The presence of dangerous levels of carbon monoxide cannot be detected without a carbon monoxide alarm, and can kill you in as little as 60 seconds.

Do I need a carbon monoxide alarm?

Electrical DIY Resources – Are these horrors lurking in your local library?

Electricians Blog

The threat of unregistered electricians and dangerous DIY electrical works being carried out in unsuspecting households is showing no sign of abating just yet. From the expert on line forum user suddenly being able to install garden lighting to the genuine mix up when changing light fittings, householders are often hesitant to pick up the phone to speak to a qualified and registered electrician until disaster occurs or serious damage has occurred.

Cooker-Hob question.

Hello,

I know this comes up all the time, but I've looked around and have found conflicting answers and differing scenarios, so I had to ask as I've had a little electrical experience but I'm by no means a expert.

Ok, we've decided to opt for an induction hob and separate double oven, and in our naivety bought without looking, and now it comes to installing it we've struck a snag.

The hobs is a Kenwood KHC604-Ind rated at 7,400w and the oven is a NEFF U12S53N3GB rated at 4,900w.

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