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Free, On-Demand Webinar: Things To Consider When Replacing A Consumer Unit
Want to develop your knowledge and understanding of the current regulations when installing a new consumer unit?  Presented by Neil McManus, Technical Engagement Engineer at Scolmore Group, this session discusses the types of protective devices that are available for overload, residual current, surge protection and arc fault protection. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
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Voltimum Tech Talks are back!
Our latest webinar series in collaboration with Tim Benstead kicks off on 9th May 2022 at 7pm with a free, live webinar on: Consumer Unit Installation. The talk will explore: What each should contain SPDs, AFDDs, Circuit-breakers Main switches RCD selectivity Meter tail support Distance from main cut-out Why is this a problem? What to do when maximum distance is exceeded Accessible for maintenance Maintaining warranty Breaking capacity (60947-3 Annex…
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Save the date: 4th April – free, live training on AM2 regulation changes
BG Electrical, in partnership with Voltimum, is delivering a series of live webinars covering a variety of industry themes and technical topics. This exclusive programme is free to attend and each event comes with a Q&A session. The series concludes on 4th April with a session on AM2 regulation changes, going live from 19:00 – 20:00. During the webinar, Colin McAhren (MIET), Technical Business Development Manager at BG Electrical, part…
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Ask the Expert: Consumer Unit Installs
In this Ask the Expert video, Scolmore Group’s Darren Staniforth, Head of Technical Engagement, answers the question: Can you install a consumer unit more than three metres away from the main fuse (or the intake position)? In this short video, Darren explains what conditions we typically see, and what needs to be considered in other circumstances. Check out the video below. Thanks for your help Darren! Ask the Expert Be…