electrical installation definition

electrical installation means an electrical installation as defined in the Regulations;
electrical installation means any machinery, in or on any premises, used for the transmission of electricity from a point of control to a point of consumption anywhere on the premises, including any article forming part of such an electrical installation irrespective of whether or not it is part of the electrical circuit.
electrical installation means a fixed installation or other similar functional unit consisting of electrical equipment and any other equipment, materials and structures, including electricity generation installations that can be used for generating electricity and that operate in parallel with the distribution network.

Examples of electrical installation in a sentence

  • SECTION - XI TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (Electrical – part I) The Electrical installation work shall confirm to the following I.S. Standards (latest additions), Local Supply Authorities Rules and Regulations and Fire Safety Norms.

  • OPERATION AND MAINTENANCECONTRACTOR shall be required to assist the owner to carry out the operation of the Electrical installation for the defects liability period or thereafter if the defect liability period gets extended due to defaults attributable to the CONTRACTOR.

  • The successful tenderer should appoint a Project Engineer who is well acquainted with the composite nature of work and handle the Civil, Plumbing, Civil, AC, Electrical installation, Fire Alarm works.

  • Electrical installation (including the fire alarm and emergency lighting systems) shall be in the charge of a competent electrician whose name is published on the Roll of National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting, or a member of Electrical Contractors' Association.

  • Electrical installation - we recommend this is tested by a qualified electrician.


More Definitions of electrical installation

electrical installation means any electrical equipment at a customer’s supply address that is connected to, but not a part of, a distribution system.
electrical installation means: all Fittings that form part of a system for conveying electricity at any point from the Consumer's Point of Connection to any point from which electricity conveyed through that system may be consumed; and includes any Fittings that are used, or designed or intended for use, by any person, in or in connection with the generation of electricity for that person's use and not for supply to any other person; but does not include any appliance that uses, or is designed or intended to use, electricity, whether or not it also uses, or is designed or intended to use, any other form of energy;
electrical installation means any appliances, wires, fittings or other apparatus placed in, on, under or over any premises and used for, or for purposes incidental to, the conveyance, control or use of electricity supplied or intended to be supplied by the State, or an electricity undertaker, whether or not the appliances, wires, fittings or apparatus are supplied by the person contracting or undertaking to supply them or it, and includes additions, alterations and repairs to any such appliances, wires, fittings or apparatus, but does not include—
electrical installation means the entire electrical installation on a customer’s premises, including all material, equipment and appliances used or intended to be used for or in connection with the provision of electricity to the customer’s premises, but does not include the metering installation or controlling devices or any part of the connection installed by a licensee;
electrical installation means an electrical installation as defined in the Electrical Installation Regulations;