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Last edited 12 Aug 2017
Controlled fittings can refer to:
Under the building regulations in England and Wales, controlled fittings must meet certain energy efficiency requirements, as well as other requirements relating to safety, means of escape and ventilation.
|...a service or fitting in relation to which Part G (sanitation, hot water safety and water efficiency), H (drainage and waste disposal), J (combustion appliances and fuel storage systems), L. (conservation of fuel and power) or P (electrical safety) of Schedule 1 to the Building Regulations imposes a requirement.|
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