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Smoke Detectors?

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum' started by SSE, Feb 23, 2012.

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  1. SSE
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    SSE Regular EF Member

    Is there a regulation that states there must be mains powered smoke detectors in a property? Currently working at a property that doesn't have any, what code would this be on a periodic inspection?
     
  2. GLENNSPARK
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    GLENNSPARK Electrician's Arms

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    building regs....a minimum of 2...linked..mains fed with battery backup....
     
  3. needasparks
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    needasparks Electrician's Arms

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    There is no regulation to have them unless it is a new build or multi occupancy building but it is always recommended that they installed for obvious reasons.
     
  4. SSE
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    Cheers guys.
     
  5. needasparks
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    needasparks Electrician's Arms

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    You can list it but you would not be able to code it and only comment on the benefits of there installation.
     
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