Safety Switches (RCD testing) & Inspection
Residual Current Device (RCD) Testing or a Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) are more commonly known as safety switches mounted in your switchboard. These are designed to isolate power when an imbalance is detected between active and neutral conductors (a change of < 30 milliamps). These imbalances are commonly caused by current leakage through earth. The leakage itself can be caused by a faulty appliance or through the body of a person whom accidentally touches an energised piece of equipment. RCD/RCCB’s are designed to disconnect power to the circuit when a difference of 30 mA is detected. This disconnection, or tripping of the breaker, should occur without delay, if the RCD/RCCB takes too long to trip, the results could be fatal.
Installation of Over Voltage protection
Overvoltage protective devices are obligatory to protect your property from voltage fluctuations.
Installation of new wall sockets and repair
Replacing of old sockets to new ones, also available with USB