Peter asks this question about the burning out of a motor wired in star-delta formation, and where to place overload protection in the circuit in future. It has been answered by ABB (Theme – Electrical Control):
Matt asks this question, which concerns whether he is competent to legally carry out electrical installation on his firm’s main site, It has been answered by the Electrical Contractors' Association (Regulations and Legislation):
Following an international competition, the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA) has now awarded contracts to three cable manufacturers. The aim is to help commercialise the development of 66kV offshore wind farm intra-array cables, as it ...
Mick asks this question, which is about a new domestic extension vaulted roofs with Celotex insulation and how best to fit downlights that comply with Building Regulations. It has been answered by the NICEIC (Theme – Installation Tips):
New Adaptalok ATS™ T & Y electrical conduit fittings from Adaptaflex range will give OEM panel builders an even more extensive choice of high specification solutions to protect critical electrical circuits, drives and controls, power supplies, instrumentation ...
Micky asks this question, which concerns whether it is possible to run SY cable within brickwork mortar to hide it from view. It has been answered by the NICEIC (Theme – Cables, Wiring and Wiring Accessories):
A major cable recall affecting up to 40,000 homes and businesses and costing an estimated A$80 million dollars (£43m) has hit the headlines in Australia – and non-compliance is the issue, reports the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC):