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Created On: 10 July 2013 09:40 PM
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 10 July 2013 09:40 PM
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JC78

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Evening all

I have been asked to install some electrics in some Shepard huts (Similar to an old Wooden Gypsy caravan) There construction is wooden frame and floor, Internal wood clad walls. Externally Either wooden clad walls or corrugated sheet and Cast Iron Wheels.

The electrics to be installed are as basic as you can get.

2 way 30mA RCD Board
1 Double socket
1 wall Light
1 16A Appliance inlet next to the board for hook up.

Firstly how much of section 7 is going to apply to these as they would be classed as a Mobile Unit.

The units are then sent to the customers so we are not involved with any connection so the only part I can see would be 717.514 Identification and notices

Secondly Is the certificate, I know the NICEIC Produce a Transportable Unit Electrical Installation Certificate. In this instance we are not connecting the unit to anything just providing the ability to connect it. So any live test results would be irrelevant (other than confirming the RCD works) as Live tests once they are positioned are going to be different.

Would a EIC with noted limitations ect suffice.

Kind Regards

JC78
 10 July 2013 09:49 PM
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leckie

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Well it's the only one in the BGB that is suitable I would think.
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