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New series of guide books for electrical installers

NICEIC and ELECSA have produced a new series of short guides focusing on specific areas of electrical contracting work.

The short guides offer practical guidance for some of the most common problems electricians come across.

Drawing on a range of expertise and knowledge within each organisation, the books reflect the current requirements of BS 7671 and contain helpful diagrams and explanations that are easy to follow.

The books also highlight those aspects that are mandatory requirements and those which are prohibited by current regulation.

NICEIC and ELECSA principal technical author Tim Benstead commented: “The series of books are aimed at the installer of electrical installations and attempt to cover some of the most common questions and subjects that we get asked about on our technical helpline.

“Some technical guides can be heavy, cumbersome and written in a language that is difficult to follow; they can also be expensive.

“These books are handy, sensibly priced, simple to follow and targeted at subjects we know are of interest. They are a welcome and useful addition to any toolbox.”

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