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G. immersion heaters and storage water heaters). By way of example, three office instantaneous water heaters, two rated at 7 kW and one rated at 3 kW, are fed from a common distribution board. e. 25 × 3). 6 Motors: loading and diversity Diversity for motor circuits will depend on the type of premises, and in Table H2 of IEE Guidance Note 1 Selection and erection these are given as • commercial premises – shops, offices, stores and other business premises: 100% of first and second largest motor plus 80% of second largest motor plus 60% of remainder; • commercial premises – guest houses, small hotels, boarding houses: 100% of first and second largest motor plus 50% of remainder.

Generally applicable. Generally applicable. Generally applicable. Generally applicable. Generally applicable. Applies to caravan park installations. Model Standards (1977) issued by the Department of Environment. Applies to cinemas and the like. e. there must be a source to power emergency lighting on failure of general lighting by, for example, mains failure). Applies to domestic-type installations. Relates to requirements for safety in plugs, sockets, adaptors and fuses, etc. Equipment must comply with European ENs, IEC standards, national safety provisions, and/or national standards.

Diversity for conventional circuits will depend on the type of premises, and in Table H2 of IEE Guidance Note 1 Selection and erection these are given as • domestic premises – households, including flats: 100% of largest circuit plus 40% of remainder; • commercial premises – shops, offices, stores and other business premises: 100% of largest circuit plus 50% of remainder; • commercial premises – guest houses, small hotels, boarding houses: 100% of largest circuit plus 50% of remainder. By way of example, three conventional circuits in a shop, two rated at 32 A (ring final circuits) and two rated at 20 A (radial circuits), are fed from a common distribution board.

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