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Megger MUK451 Two Pole Tester

Check voltage safely with Megger's new two-pole tester

Compact, convenient and versatile, Megger’s new TPT320 two-pole tester provides electrical contractors with a safe and reliable way of...

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Assessment Route for Experienced Electricians now available

The Joint Industry Board (JIB) for the Electrical Contracting Industry has launched a new assessment route aimed at experienced workers...

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Keith Brownhill, CEO, Rupert Martin, Owner & Darren Ward, Group Technical Director, receive the award

Dextra Receive Lighting Manufacturing Company of the Year Award

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Check voltage safely with Megger's new two-pole tester

Megger MUK451 Two Pole Tester

Compact, convenient and versatile, Megger’s new TPT320 two-pole tester provides electrical contractors with a safe and reliable way of checking AC and DC voltages from 12 V to 690 V. Designed from the outset with safety in mind, the new tester not only has a CAT IV 600 V safety rating in line with EN 61010-1:2010, it also complies fully with the recently introduced EN 61243-3:2010 standard that specifically covers the safety of two-pole voltage testers.

Assessment Route for Experienced Electricians now available

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The Joint Industry Board (JIB) for the Electrical Contracting Industry has launched a new assessment route aimed at experienced workers which will enable qualification up to NVQ Level 3 standard.

The assessment route which is primarily aimed at electricians who have gained considerable practical experience within the electrical industry, will not only match qualifications to the level of practical competence but will also open up eligibility for the much coveted JIB Gold card issued only to approved electricians under the Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS.)

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