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The lecture is thought provoking and uses visual examples of specific column failures, bad practice and poor budget management,

Date and Time

14 June 2018 - 19:30-21:30

Location

Ipswich, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - East:Anglian Coastal local network. Contact secretary-angliancoastal@theiet.org for more information.


About this event

James’s lecture makes the comparison of 25 year old BMW with a 25 year old lighting column – the idea being to bring to the attention of those responsible for lighting assets that they cannot commit to the installation of LED luminaires - which is in full swing across the United Kingdom - without considering the current column conditions, which are deteriorating at an increased rate.
The lecture is thought provoking and uses visual examples of specific column failures, bad practice and poor budget management – all of this painting a picture that in 10 to 15 years we have a realistic potential for significant column failures across the country.
Electrical Testing Ltd annually test approximately 180,000 assets and inspect 500,000 assets across the UK. Based on a 6 year testing/inspection cycle they attend around 40% of the United Kingdom’s lighting columns, making them the largest test house in operation.

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Commences at 19:30

Additional information

James Hill, Sales Director, Electrical Testing Ltd

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