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Topic Title: Trying to gain space!
Topic Summary: Catalogues and other
Created On: 29 December 2012 07:02 AM
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 29 December 2012 07:02 AM
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normcall

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Just come across a folder in the filing cabinet where I obviously put a lot of old electricity board material.
Apparently the new 15th edition was mainly for designers rather than for electricians and several little booklets giving guidance to inspectors (where I came in) regarding allowing contractors time to get used to the new system of earthing requirements etc.
This lot is from around 2000/2005 (earlier stuff went in the summer) and not a lot has really changed even prices!
A lot of the smaller companies selling low volume products (gate/underfloor heating/lighting) have disappeared. One I found changed names 3 times from the same address before finally going under in April 2012.
I really should be better organised, but It's taking a long time trying to decide what to bin and what to keep.

I think the NICEIC folder is coming up, anyone interested in some of the little booklets 'snags and solutions' - all from the 1970s so not current.
I wonder what else awaits me over the next week or so?

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 29 December 2012 01:13 PM
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If you are clearing out earlier editions of the regs, C1920s - 1960s......



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