Issue 76 of the IET Wiring Matters magazine is out now ! Here is a brief look at what is in this issue :-
Protective bonding habits
Over the years, the requirements for protective bonding in the IET Wiring Regulations have changed. This article expands on James Eade’s November 2018 Wiring Matters article, where he touched upon some items of metallic equipment, which are usually bonded even when they are not considered to be extraneous-conductive-parts.
Latest developments in International Standards for supplies for electric vehicles
In this article they look at some of the international standards for electric vehicle charging.
An Interview with Michael Peace
The IET’s newest Senior Engineer, Michael Peace, will be familiar to Wiring Matters readers as the author of last issue’s article ‘To Bond or not to Bond’. The IET’s Cameron Fraser sat down with him, and found out more about the newest addition to the team.
As an electrician it is now more important than ever to stay up to date with the latest information and regulations within the industry. Following the Harrogate Elex tradeshow, show sponsors the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) are heading to Coventry on the 19th & 20th September.
Crabtree: 100 years of safety remembered and celebrated
Crabtree began on 17th April 1919 when John Ashworth Crabtree designed a quick make and break switch.
Read this issue in full here