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Ground fault circuit interrupters are designed to protect from severe shock hazard.
Ground fault circuit interrupters should be specified on all receptacles within the kitchen.
If the ground fault circuit interrupter detects a problem it shuts off the power before you get hurt.
Pumps installed without a ground fault circuit interrupter present risk of electrocution or shock.
A ground fault circuit interrupter is a recommended alternative to rewiring for grounding.
Under household regulations, all outlets within six feet of water have an even more sensitive catch mechanism called a ground fault circuit interrupter, he said.
The report notes that ground fault circuit interrupters, commonly used in American homes, weren't found in a large number of the facilities the team inspected.
I thought the term was GFCI, ground fault circuit interrupter.
Plug outdoor lighting into receptacles protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter, which provides protection from shock.
As an added measure of protection, have ground fault circuit interrupters installed on all circuits supplying areas in and around the home where water is present.
If possible, outdoor lights and any inflatable decorations should be plugged into circuits protected by ground fault circuit interrupters.
For example, if you don't know what a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is, find out.
As the name suggests, a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter guards against a ground fault.
(Wherever possible, plug the cable into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet.)
Extension cords with built-in circuit breakers, or ground fault circuit interrupters, are usually not available in the average hardware store or home center.
Ground fault circuit interrupters are safety devices used to improve safety when electricity is used by a person well connected to 'ground.'
To protect individuals, electrical component designers and manufacturers developed the ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI for short).
You can still get circuit interrupter protection with an extension cord equipped with a built-in ground fault circuit interrupter.
More importantly, circuit breakers and ground fault circuit interrupters installed by electricians provide safety for the homeowner and all of the connected loads.
If you're planning bathroom repairs, this is the perfect opportunity to replace existing electrical outlets with ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs).
Specifically, the OSHA regulation specifies "The employer shall use either ground fault circuit interrupters ."
All sockets in wet or damp environments - in bathrooms, around sinks or outside - should be equipped with special circuits called ground fault circuit interrupters.
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) is required for all receptacles in wet locations defined in the Code.
• Always use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) when using portable electric tools outdoors or in damp or wet locations.
GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter)
A residual current device may be required under certain conditions - consult your electrician.
Have a residual current device fitted to protect the property from the risk of fire started by an electrical fault.
Time delay versions available to allow correct function of any downstream residual current devices.
Establishment of a collaborative electro-mechanical research laboratory for residual current devices.
Go and buy a residual current device.
The machine also comes complete with a low voltage remote control pendant and 30mA residual current device protection.
As from 1990 all new homes are required by law to have a Residual Current Device fitted.
Residual current devices require a separate neutral line for each phase and to be able to trip within a time frame before harm occurs.
Tents requiring power must have an approved isolating transformer or residual current device.
Ensure all electrical appliances/tools are protected by an approved safety switch or residual current device.
Residual Current Devices will be used.
Are all electrical fittings fitted with an earth leakage device or a residual current device?
(Not to be confused with RCDs - residual current devices).
Belgian domestic installations are required to be equipped with a 300 mA residual current device that protects all circuits.
An RCD, residual current device, cuts off the current when there is a fault.
A RCD - residual current device - which will prevent electrocution if you cut through a cable.
Residual current devices fitted [cut off plug]?
If using mains lighting, feed the cable through conduit buried at least 450mm (18in) deep, connecting it indoors to a residual current device.
In fact all consumers of electricity are being encouraged to fit Residual Current Devices to help safeguard against electrocution.
Also known as residual current devices (RCDs).
A residual current device works by monitoring the active and neutral lines and tripping the active line if it notices a difference.
Either or both of these possibilities can be removed by the installation of a residual current device (RCD).
Permanent wiring within cold rooms should be waterproof and power sockets safeguarded by Residual Current Devices.
Applications in the automotive supplier industry manufacture, electric and residual current device technology as well as the watch and clock making industry.
Instructions include a warning to always use a residual current device (RCD), plugged into the mains socket.
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