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1 DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE Issued in accordance with British Standard BS Requirements for Electrical Installations 1 Client: Address: DETAILS OF THE CLIENT Tuin LTD NR16 1ER Certificate Reference: DETAILS AND EXTENT OF THE INSTALLATION Tuin, Ashwelthorpe Industrial Estate, Norwich, Norfolk, NR16 1ER Installation Address: Extent of the installation covered by this certificate: 100% of the Garden Office installation ONLY The installation is: New An addition An alteration 3 COMMENTS ON EXISTING INSTALLATION Excellant Condition 4 NEXT INSPECTION I RECOMMEND that this installation is further inspected and tested after an interval of not more than: 5 TEST INSTRUMENTS Details of Test Instruments used (state serial and/or asset numbers): Multi-functional: Insulation resistance: Continuity: 6 Earth electrode resistance: Earth fault loop impedance: RCD: DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, INSPECTION AND TESTING I/We being the person(s) responsible for the design, construction, inspection and testing of the electrical installation (as indicated by my/our signatures below), particulars of which are described above, having exercised reasonable skill and care when carrying out the design, construction, inspection and testing, hereby CERTIFY that the design work for which I/we have been reponsible is to the best of my/our knowledge and belief in accordance with BS 7671:008, amended to 011 except for the departures, if any, detailed as follows. Details of departures from BS 7671 (Regulations 10.3 and ): None 10 Years The extent of liability of the signatory/signatories is limited to the work described above as the subject of this certificate. For the DESIGN, the CONSTRUCTION, and the INSPECTION AND TESTING of the installation: Richard Electrician 06/08/01 Name: Position: Signature: Date: 7 DETAILS OF THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Trading Title: Address: Electrical Ashwellthorpe Industrial Estate Norwich Norfolk Registration Number (if applicable): Telephone Number: Napit Postcode: NR16 1ER Page: 1 of 4

2 8 SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS AND EARTHING ARRANGEMENTS System Type(s) TN-S TN-C-S 9 TT Number and Type of Live s 1-phase 1-phase ( wire): (3 wire): 3-phase (3 wire): Other: 3-phase (4 wire): Confirmation of supply polarity: PARTICULARS OF INSTALLATION AT THE ORIGIN Means of Earthing Distributor's facility: Installation earth electrode: Maximum Demand (Load): Type BS(EN): poles: Supply Supply 10 Type: Electrode resistance, RA: Main Switch or Circuit-Breaker SCHEDULE OF ITEMS INSPECTED Basic and fault protection: SELV Double or reinforced insulation: SCHEDULE OF ITEMS TESTED Nature of Supply Parameters Nominal voltage(s): U: U o : Nominal frequency, f: current, l pf : External earth fault loop impedance, Ze: Characteristics of Primary Supply Overcurrent Protective Device(s) BS(EN): Type: Details of Installation Earth Electrode (where applicable) Location: Method of measurement: Rated current: Short-circuit capacity: Protective measure(s) 80 Amps Measured Ze: against electric shock: ADS 0.8 Voltage rating: Rated current, ln: RCD operating current: RCD operating time: Methods of protection against electric shock Double or Reinforced Insulation Basic protection: Insulation of live parts Barriers or enclosures Fault protection: Automatic disconnection of supply Presence of earthing conductor Presence of circuit protective Presence of main protective bonding Choice and setting of protective and monitoring devices (for fault protection and/or overcurrent protection) Electrical Separation Provided for one item of current-using equipment Additional protection: MCB - B Copper 5 mm Presence of residual current device(s) Presence of supplementary bonding External earth fault loop impedance, Ze Installation earth electrode resistance, Ra Continuity of protective Continuity of ring final circuit 40 V 80 A ma Earthing and Protective Bonding s Earthing conductor Continuity & Copper 16 mm connection verified: Main protective bonding Bonding of extraneous-conductive parts Water Gas Oil service: service: service: Structural Other incoming Steel: service(s): Prevention of mutual detrimental influence Proximity of non-electrical services and other influences Identification Segregation of Band I and Band II circuits or use of Band II insulation Segregation of safety circuits Presence of diagra, instructions, circuit charts and similar information Presence of danger notices Presence of other warning notices, including presence of mixed wiring colours Labelling of protective devices, switches and terminals Identification of Cables and Selection of for current carrying capacity and voltage drop Erection methods Routing of cables in prescribed zones or within mechanical protection Cables incorporating earthed armour or sheath, or run within an earthed wiring system, or otherwise adequately protected against nails, screws and the like Insulation resistance between live Insulation resistance between live and earth Earth fault loop impedance, Z s 40 V 30 V 50 Hz 1.09 ka 0.1 Continuity & connection verified: Lightning protection: Cables and (Continued) Additional protection provided by 30mA RCD for cables in concealed walls (where required in premises not under the supervision of skilled or instructed persons) General Connection of 1361 Fuse HBC Presence of fire barriers, suitable seals and protection against thermal effects Presence and correct location of appropriate devices for isolation and switching Adequacy of access to switchgear and other equipment Particular protective measures for special installations and locations Connection of single-pole devices for protection or switching in line only Correct connection of accessories and equipment Selection of equipment and protective measures appropriate to external influences Selection of appropriate functional switching devices Verification of phase sequence Operation of residual current device(s) Functional testing of assemblies Verification of voltage drop Ref: Page: of 4 Copper 10 mm 100 A 33 ka

3 1 SCHEDULE OF CIRCUIT DETAILS AND TEST RESULTS Designation of consumer unit: Circuit number Circuit designation Type of Wiring D.B. 1 Location: Garage current: 1.09 ka O-Other: Type of wiring Reference Method points served Circuit : csa Live cpc Max disconnect time s Overcurrent protective devices BS(EN) Type No Rating A Capacity ka RCD Operating current ma Maximum Zs r1 Circuit impedances (Oh) Ring final circuits only (measured end to end) rn r (Line) (Neutral) (cpc) All circuits (one column to be completed) R1+R R Insulation resistance (record lower or lowest value) 1 Cooker Kitchen Sockets Upstairs Lights Line/Line M Line/Neutral M Line/nEarth M Neutral/Earth M Maximum measured earth fault loop impedance Zs RCD Operating times 4 Garden Office DB F C B > 00 > 00 > Spare Sockets Water Heater Lights Smoke Alarm At ln At 5 ln Test button operation Ref: Page: 3 of 4

4 SCHEDULE OF CIRCUIT DETAILS AND TEST RESULTS Designation of consumer unit: Circuit number Circuit designation Type of Wiring D.B. Location: Garden Office current: 0.89 ka O-Other: Type of wiring Reference Method points served Circuit : csa Live cpc Max disconnect time s Overcurrent protective devices BS(EN) Type No Rating A Capacity ka RCD Operating current ma Maximum Zs r1 Circuit impedances (Oh) Ring final circuits only (measured end to end) rn r (Line) (Neutral) (cpc) All circuits (one column to be completed) R1+R R Insulation resistance (record lower or lowest value) Line/Line M Line/Neutral M Line/nEarth M Neutral/Earth M Maximum measured earth fault loop impedance Zs RCD Operating times 1 Sockets A C B > 00 > 00 > Underfloor Heating A C B > 00 > 00 > Lighting A C B > 00 > 00 > At ln At 5 ln Test button operation Ref: Page: 4 of 4

5 DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CERTIFICATE GUIDANCE FOR RECIPIENT (to be appended to the Certificate) This safety Certificate has been issued to confirm that the electrical installation work to which it relates has been designed, constructed and inspected and tested in accordance with British Standard 7671 (as amended) (The IET Wiring Regulations). You should have received an original Certificate and the contractor should have retained a duplicate Certificate. If you were the person ordering the work, but not the owner of the installation, you should pass this Certificate, or a full copy of it including the schedules, immediately to the user. The 'original' Certificate should be retained in a safe place and be shown to any person inspecting or undertaking further work on the electrical installation in the future. If you later vacate the property, this Certificate will demonstrate to the new owner that the electrical installation complied with the requirements of British Standard 7671 at the time the certificate was issued. The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations require that for a project covered by those Regulations, a copy of this Certificate, together with schedules is included in the project health and safety documentation. For safety reasons, the electrical installation will need to be inspected at appropriate intervals by a competent person. The maximum time interval recommended before the next inspection it stated on Page 1 under 'Next Inspection'. This Certificate is intended to be issued only for a new electrical installation or new work associated with an alteration or addition to an existing installation. It should not have been issued for the inspection of an existing electrical installation. An 'Electrical Installation Condition Report' should be issued for such an inspection. This Certificate is only valid if a Schedule of Inspections and Schedule of Test Results are appended.

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