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FOR REFERENCE ONLY PLEASE CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRIAN ELECTRICAL REGULATIONS The 17th Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations redefined the zones for electrical equipment in bathrooms and must be used for installations designed after 30th June 2008. They are now identified from 0 to 2, with 0 being the wettest – the previous zone 3 is no longer defined. Zone 0 – the interior of the bath or shower that can hold water. Requires electrical products to be low voltage (max 12V) and rated IPX7. Zone 1 – the area directly above zone 0, limited to a height of 2.25m above the bath or shower. Requires electrical products to have an IPX4 or better. Products should use safety extra low voltage (SELV) with the transformer located in zone 3 or beyond. Zone 2 – the area beyond zones 0 and 1, stretching 0.6m horizontally and up to 2.25m vertically. Also includes the recessed area of a window with a sill next to the bath. Requires electrical products to have an IPX4 or better. SELV with the transformer located in zone 3 or beyond. Zone 3 – the area beyond zone 2, stretching 2.4m horizontally and up to 2.25m vertically. There is not a specified IP number for this zone, although some products are marked as not for bathroom use. SELV or shaver units are permitted, all other portable electrical equipment is not. NOTE:701.410.3.5 The protective measures of obstacles and placing out of reach (section 417) are NOT permitted.The regulation above can be understood to include, but not exclusively refer the placement of sockets within ZONE 1 (under or behind the tub base). The zone shall therefore NOT have items below IPX4, this includes sockets. BS 7671:2008British Standard. Requirements of Electrical Installations The electrical supply for your steam shower or whirlpool bath must be via an isolated fused spur that is switched outside of the bathroom. The shower/whirlpool is delivered with a plug and RCD. The plug is for testing only and MUST be removed in order to complete the installation and to enable connection to the fused spur. The RCD can also be removed if the electricity to the bathroom is protected by an RCD at the mains board/ Consumer unit. All electrical work MUST be carried out by a qualified Part P registered electrician and in accordance with current regulations, Failure to adhere to these regulations may cause serious injury, even death and will invalidate your product Warranty, it may also be illegal.

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All the showers on our site come with a parts warranty. If any other fault occurs, we operate a no quibble warranty system where we will send any required replacement parts to you on a next day delivery service where possible, completely free of charge for a period of your warranty from the date of delivery. (Please retain your original invoice number to validate this)

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Your delivery (if over 30kg, ie Whirlpool baths, Steam Shower cabins, shower cubicles and some larger parts) will be delivered on a pallet delivery service. It is important that you check and inform us of any weight restrictions that my mean a large lorry (over 7.5 tons) cannot get you property. This also includes, long driveways. If you fail to mention any delivery restriction and the delivery cannot be made, there will be a re-delivery or cancellation charge. The delivery driver is only able to take the delivery to your doorstep (or as close as he can get to that point). Insurance does not cover the driver to enter your property with such large items. As such at least one fully able bodied person must be present to take delivery Smaller items and parts are sent either via post or courier. It is standard practice to send items under 1.5kg via post and heavier (or large sized items) by courier. Items sent by Courier are sent for next day delivery and post goes first class. If you require items to be sent by more secure or faster methods this is possible, but will incur extra cost.

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