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Arc Flash Study: Is It A Legal Requirement?

Published 20 Sep 2019

Arc Flash Study: Is It A Legal Requirement?

The following article about the need to carry out an Arc Flash Study has been produced by Andrew Linley, Compliance Director at Electrical Safety UK Limited. Special thanks for the permission to re-publish your article. Andrew has vast experience in electrical installation, maintenance and the requirements and the practicalities of...

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