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Safety Work

Posted by CASP Engineer on Thursday, May 3, 2012, In : Electricity 
What is this guidance about?
This information sheet contains specific advice about some of the ways of avoiding injury during the servicing and repair of domestic appliances such as washing machines, dryers, refrigerators/freezers, cooking equipment etc, normally operating from a 230 volt supply. Audio, TV and computer equipment are dealt with in Safety in electrical testing: Servicing and repair of audio, TV and computer equipment.1 Further advice is given Safety in electrical testing at work...
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Reliable power is money in the bank

Posted by CASP Engineer on Saturday, April 28, 2012, In : Electricity 
Electrical design based on total reliability results in smooth operations and client satisfaction at recently constructed bank site.

When lightning strikes, the consequences can be devastating to an electrical system. In any industry, the ramifications of unpredictable lightning strikes or power surges can prove to be both costly and frustrating for businesses when operations are temporarily interrupted or production is shutdown.

When plans for building the new Citicorp U.S. Service Center beca...
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Electrical Safety Tips for Your Apartment

Posted by CASP Engineer on Thursday, December 29, 2011, In : Electricity 
  • Unplug appliance that are not in use and never use any appliance that has any exposed wires. Unplug any appliance that begins to smell funny or produce smoke and ensure to unplug appliances after use and when going to bed in night.
  •  Limit the use of extension cords or request installation of a new electrical outlet. Never overload extension cords with too many wires and keep all extension cords out of high traffic areas.
  • Never put extension cords under carpet or rugs as it causes short- circuit...

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Safety Electrical Checklist

Posted by CASP Engineer on Monday, December 12, 2011, In : Electricity 
Each year, electrical accidents kill over a thousand people and injure tens of thousands more. Most, if not all, of these could have been avoided by correcting and updating potential electrical hazards. Don't wait until trouble arises to find the problems. By using this electrical safety checklist, you'll be able to determine potential problems before they arise.

1. Electrical Service Capacity Safety Limits

You and your family are growing both in size and in electrical power needs. As you add m...
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Home Electrical

Posted by CASP Engineer on Wednesday, December 7, 2011, In : Electricity 

Your Home Electrical System

Home electrical problems account for an estimated 51,000 fires each year, resulting in almost 500 deaths, more than 1,400 injuries and $1.3 billion in property damage. Electrical distribution systems are the third leading cause of home structure fires. 

 The good news is that many home electrical fires can be prevented if you are able to recognize the warning signs your home may be showing. The most important step you can take is to learn about your home’s elec...


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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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Leake Current

Posted by CASP Engineer on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, In : Electricity 
WHAT IS LEAKAGE CURRENT?
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.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

Electrical equipment commonly includes a grounding system to provide protec...
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