- Book Name: Electrical Installation Work
- Author: Brian Scaddan
- Pages: 322
- Size:39 MB
This highly successful book is now updated in line with the 18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations. Electrical Installation Work provides a topic by topic progression through the areas of electrical installations, including how and why electrical installations are designed, installed and tested.
Additional content in this edition includes detail on LED lighting and medical locations. A new appendix contains a glossary of electrical installation work terms, ensuring that readers of all levels of experience can easily grasp every topic.
Brian Scaddan’s subject-led approach makes this a valuable resource for professionals and students on both City & Guilds and EAL courses. This approach also makes it easy for those who are learning the topic from scratch to get to grips with it in a non syllabus-led way.
Electrical Installation Work by Brian Scaddan
The book is already widely used in education facilities across the UK. It has been published for almost 40 years, and in its current form since 1992. Brian Scaddan, I Eng, MIET, is an Honorary Member of City & Guilds and has over 45 years’ experience in further education and training. He was previously Director of Brian Scaddan Associates Ltd, an approved training centre offering courses on all aspects of electrical installation contracting, including those for City & Guilds and EAL. He is also a leading author of many other books on electrical installation.
This book is intended for the trainee electrician who is working towards NVQs, gaining competences in various aspects of installation work. It covers both installation theory and practice in compliance with the 18th edition of the IET Wiring Regulations, and also deals with the electrical contracting industry, the environmental effects of electricity and basic electronics.
The material in this book has been arranged to cater for student-centred learning programmes. Self assessment questions and answers are provided at the end of chapters.
Since January 1995, the United Kingdom distribution declared voltages at consumer supply terminals have changed from 415 V/240 V +6%/–6% to 400 V/230 V +10%/–6%. As there has been no physical change to the system, it is likely that measurement of voltages will reveal little or no difference to those before, nor will they do so for some considerable time to come. However, I have used only the new values in the examples in this book.
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