Introducing NAPIT’s new publication, On-site Solutions

NAPIT has announced the release of a brand new publication, titled On-site Solutions – Practical Solutions to Electrical Installations in accordance with BS 7671:2018.

NAPIT’s publications and technical team have been working hard writing a new guide which provides practical and useful solutions for a number of different installation types, and it seeks to give electrical contractors the knowledge they need to comply with the requirements of BS 7671: 2018 (18th Edition of the Wiring Regulations.

Covering Parts 1 to 7 of BS 7671, the new guide includes useful solutions for:

  • Electric vehicle charging installations
  • Surge protection devices
  • Smart home installations
  • Outbuildings
  • RCD selection
  • Consumer unit considerations
  • Selection of equipment
  • Designing circuits
  • Safe isolation of electrical supplies
  • Inspection, testing and certification
  • Documentation

On-site Solutions also covers the main requirements of the Building Regulations associated with electrical installation work in England and Wales, covering relevant health and safety legislation.

NAPIT’s Group Chief Executive, Mike Andrews, says, “On-site Solutions has been developed by NAPIT’s senior technical team with contributions from a range of cooperating individuals and organisations who are professionals/experts in their field; ensuring it’s one of the most useful and trustworthy guides available, and a must-have for all electrical contractors”.

NAPIT members can pre-order a copy for just £19.50, while non-members can purchase the publication for £21.50. Copies can be pre-ordered at www.napitdirect.co.uk

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