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What is the Current Standard for Electrical Installations in Britain

The current standard for electrical installations in Britain is BS 7671: 2008 Requirements for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition). These regulations came into effect on 1 July 2008. Installations designed after 30 June 2008 are to comply with BS 7671: 2008. Installations designed to BS 7671:2001 prior to 1st July 2008 can be…

Certification of Construction (SELECT)

The Scottish Government Building Standards Division runs the online Certification Register. This is the only authentic source of information on all approved certifiers. The Register is used to find firms that employ at least one Approved Certifier offering certification services in your local authority area. The Register is also used by Building Standards Surveyors to…

Cycle To Work Scheme

Pulse Electrical (Dundee) Ltd has entered into a government initiative called CycleScheme that allows employees to purchase bikes tax free saving as much as 40%. The government hopes this will encourage people to exercise and reduce their carbon foot print by over 100Kg of CO2 per week. 6 of our employees have signed up for…

NICEIC Scottish Building Regulations

NICEIC’s Certification of Construction Scheme is designed to enable registered contractors to comply with and work without hindrance under the Scottish Building Regulations governing electrical installation in dwellings. You can find NICEIC’s rules relating to registration for certification of electrical installations HERE

Pulse Renewables Ltd

Our new sister company, Pulse Renewables Ltd, has launched. They are a renewable energy installer who provide engineering solutions for the production of sustainable energy. Their services range from installing wind turbines and solar panels to wet electric heaters and ground source heating. Pulse Renewables Ltd If you are looking for any more information you…

Periodic Inspection

A Periodic Inspection will: reveal if any electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded find any potential shock and fire hazards in the installation identify any defective DIY electrical work highlight any lack of earthing or bonding Tests are also carried out on wiring and associated fixed electrical equipment to check that it is safe and…

Wet Electric Heaters

Wet electric heaters are a revolutionary idea that provides heating without the need for pipes; no pipes, no plumbing. Like conventional plumbed radiators, they are wall mounted with brackets but plugged into a 13 amp socket. The water in the radiators is heated electrically providing warmth when you require it without the need for a…

Feed – In Tariffs

You can reduce your carbon footprint and your energy bills, become more self-sufficient in energy, and earn some extra income by using renewable energy systems. The Feed-In Tariffs are a new Government-backed measure to make it worth your while to produce renewable electricity. There are three separate ways that the Tariffs help you make money…

Electrotechnical Certification Scheme Health and Safety

The ECS Health & Safety Assessment ensures that all SELECT members are competent in health and safety issues within the work place. All of Pulse Electrical’s electricians have passed this assessment. This gives our customers the confidence that all work will be carried out safely.

NICEIC

NICEIC is the UK electrical contracting industry’s independent voluntary body. They offer leading certification services, Building Regulations Schemes, products and support to electrical contractors and many other trades within the construction industry. Over 25,000 contractors are registered with NICEIC including Pulse Electrical (Dundee) Ltd and take advantage of our products and services.

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