Specification Guide

 

Welcome to the 2017 Annual Specification Guide from the Electrical Review team.


This print and online (www.electricalreview.co.uk) 2017 resource provides a best practice guide to specifying electrical systems in buildings and industry.


Specifying the right electrical system for an installation with key considerations such as energy efficiency, ease of installation, cost of ownership and future proofing is always a difficult process. 


This Specification Guide is designed to assist in this process. It also features best practice articles from leading manufacturers and suppliers, alongside supplier contact information and recommendations on the best kit to specify for a particular installation.

 

The guide is divided into nine categories:

  • Power
  • UPS/ Standby power
  • Data centre design & build
  • Panel building/ Enclosures
  • Test & measurement
  • Lighting
  • Fire, safety & security
  • Automation
  • Building services & cable management 

 

These categories are then broken down into industry areas. We hope you find this a useful reference resource.


Elinore Mackay, Editor

 

 

 

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