Browsing Archive: November, 2011

Common electrical mistakes

Posted by CASP Engineer on Tuesday, November 29, 2011, In : Electricity 

Performing electrical work yourself is rife with potential dangers, with some of the most common dangers being easy to avoid

When you work with electricity the level of safety that is required is a general indicator of the dangerous nature of the job, and yet every year many people believe that they are capable enough to install or alter their own source of electricity. It is true that there are a number of small jobs that can be performed by a handy man but it is strongly encouraged th...

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Plumbing: Planning and System

Posted by CASP Engineer on Sunday, November 20, 2011, In : Plumbing 
Planning Plumbing

A home’s plumbing system is a complex network of water supply pipes, drain pipes, vent pipes, and more. Because plumbing is complicated and one of the costliest systems to install in a home, it pays to understand

how the system works if you’re planning a new home building project or a major remodel.

Understanding the fundamentals of a plumbing system allows you to do two things. First, it helps you design a system that will work properly and pass plumbing codes. A properly ...
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We Need Electrical Audit

Posted by CASP Engineer on Friday, November 11, 2011, In : Electricity 
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Your Home Plumbing System

Posted by CASP Engineer on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, In : Plumbing 

Being mostly out of sight your home plumbing system tends to remain out of mind until something goes wrong. While it may appear to be a complex maze of pipes, fittings and valves, your home plumbing system is actually rather simple and straightforward. A home plumbing system is made up of three basic components: a water supply system, appliances and fixtures, and a drain system.

Fresh water (potable) enters yo...

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Leake Current

Posted by CASP Engineer on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, In : Electricity 
Leakage current is the current that flows through the protective ground conductor to ground. In the absence of a grounding connection, it is the current that could flow from any conductive part or the surface of non-conductive parts to ground if a conductive path was available (such as a human body). There are always extraneous currents flowing in the safety ground conductor.


Electrical equipment commonly includes a grounding system to provide protec...
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Electricity and Safety

Posted by CASP Engineer on Monday, November 7, 2011, In : Electricity 

Electricity can kill. There are many accidents involving shock or burns causes by electricity. Some of these fatalities arise from contact with overhead or underground power cables. Even non-fatal shocks can cause severe and permanent injury. Shock from faulty equipment may lead to falls from ladder, scaffold or other work platforms. Those using electricity may not be the only ones ...

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