Establishes life safety and fire-fighting electrical loads and details the performance requirements of the electrical distribution system in terms of fire survival time, to maintain integrity in defined fire conditions for a specified period.
Superseded by BS 8519:2020. Confirmed July 2015. Supersedes BS 7346-6:2005. Came into effect 28 February 2010.
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