Electrical Installation Designs
The book shows how to design and complete a range of electrical installation projects - domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural - in a competitive manner, while ensuring full compliance with the Wiring Regulations. Guidance is given on certification and test methods, with full attention given to electrical safety requirements. This title provides a simple, practical guide on how to design electrical installation projects. It features new wiring projects for the first time - marinas, caravan sites, small scale floodlighting. It also now covers new cable guidelines and Part P of the Building Regulations. The Fourth Edition features new sections on design guidance for wiring marinas, caravan sites and small scale floodlighting. Also included are new cable guidelines for thin wall partitions and Part P of the Building Regulations.
- Paperback | 240 pages
- 15 Feb 2011
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
- Chicester, United Kingdom
- 4th Revised edition
Table of contents
Introduction; Three bedroom house; A block of retirement flatlets; Overcurrent protection; An architect's office; A high street shop; Earthing and bonding; Car service workshop; Circuits; Farming and horticulture; Isolation and switching; A village sports centre; An indoor swimming pool; Marinas and caravan sites; Small scale floodlighting; Cables and wiring systems; Completion; Advanced ideas
About Bill Atkinson
Roger Lovegrove is an electrical consultant, a member of the Electrical Contractors' Association techinical committees and of the joint IEE/BSI Wiring Regulations committee. Bill Atkinson was the writer's pseudonym used by Alan Smitth, the original author of the book, who worked with the electrical installation industry and at the NICEIC.