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Topic Title: RCD in Wet Areas
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Created On: 29 March 2019 06:46 AM
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 29 March 2019 06:46 AM
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Selk

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1) Is the Integral RCD Socket installed in the Wet areas requires to have "RCD" in the feeding panel?
2) Do the Single phase and three phase industrial sockets installed in Wet areas requires to have "RCD" in the feeding panel?
3) Do Motorised Smoke dampers installed in the wet area required to have "RCD" in the feeding panel?
 29 March 2019 07:53 AM
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Zoomup

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Questions are now better posted on the new forum. That is where everybody is.

What is a "wet area"?

The other concerns are dealt with in B.S. 7671.

I would guess a no to question 3, but am willing to be corrected as it is beyond B.S. 7671. When required to work they must be reliable.

http://www.actionair.co.uk/art...-testing-fire-dampers

Z.

Edited: 29 March 2019 at 08:06 AM by Zoomup
 29 March 2019 08:25 AM
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Zoomup

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Some smoke dampers can be 24 Volt controlled, which might help, rather than using 230 Volts.

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