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Electrical installations in dairy sheds – new handbook

Electrical installations in dairy sheds – new handbook

Standards New Zealand has published a new handbook on electrical installations in dairy sheds, SNZ HB 6117:2014. It provides the recommended trade practice on how to build dairy sheds that minimise stray voltage, which can disturb cows.

Users of the handbook include electricians and electrical designers that help to build dairy sheds. It may also help farmers and farm vets to recognise when an electrical problem is affecting cows. Read more.

• Order SNZ HB 6117:2014 Electrical installations in dairy sheds.
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