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Have just been to see a old sand stone house ( about 100 years ) than my mate has bought , he has removed all the latted ceiling to revile the joists , and the wiring , now he wants box in the cabling about 1/4 of the way down the joists .
Now the question is , there is a couple of junction...
As in the title.
I was about to order 100 of them but thought why not ask the forum and see if I can save a bit! I'm usually pretty good at finding a lower price though, so I don't think anyone can beat £1.34 (inc VAT) :)
Standard wago box
I'm installing some outdoor lighting (in my garden). Run some swa to Wiska boxes. I intend to go from there with some TRS flex close to each light. The lights I've have are sealed, with 1.5m of flex, so I will have to extend the flexes. Was going to use some small Wiska boxes etc to do this, but...
Did anyone ever find out what happened with the Line Junction Boxes?
Was back at a job today where I did some work for the customer 2-3 years ago and spotted one of them. Great little product, loved them.
About to begin my first fix rewire. Due to regs, and the house being a 1908 solid wall construction, I need to include 57.5mm Kingspan to all external walls. To try and save some room, I will be Dab and Dotting the plaster board to the exposed brick. I will be installing the...
I found this thread whilst searching the internet for solutions to my problem:
Network Powerline Adapters with Dual Split Consumer Unit - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/threads/network-powerline-adapters-with-dual-split-consumer-unit.136153/
I read more of the forum and saw it...
Hoping someone can help me clarify something.
For plastic surface mounted back boxes, why do some have a small metal terminal for connecting the CPC, whereas others don't? Is it just a differemce in quality, or would you generally use the ones with the terminal for sockets, and the ones without...
I've got the following boxes of Wago's for sale, all new in box:
2 x Boxes of 50 222-413
3 x Boxes of 100 221-412
1 x Box of 100 222-412
4 x Boxes of 25 221-415
5 x Boxes of 50 221-413
I need black surface back boxes. PVC or ABS conduit boxes would be fine, as would metalclad, but not the crunchy ones. - There will be some conduits involved.
I can find only Wickes (who sell a single outlet black box only, no doubles), same at CPC. Occasional Ebay sellers do have some with...
hi guys. First post here so any help would be appreciated.
Simply. Has anyone got any ideas or recommendations for mounting metal knockout boxes into old brickwork?
I’m thinking of using expanding foam to get the box level, flush and secure as the old brickwork and mortor is crumbling away on...
Firstly, Wishing you everyone a Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year.
Can someone please advise me where I can purchase 32mm Black PVC conduit, saddles/clips and round terminal boxes, with rubber gaskets, as opposed to rectangular/square terminal boxes, ideally in the Birmingham/West...
hello a customer has bought procelin connector blocks for lighting connections above the ceilings.
I know you should use maintance free or junction boxes but can’t quite explain why is there a regulation or safety reason why to do this .
Ideally I need some 2G white surface boxes in PVC with 20mm knockouts on both sides .......
Centaur do some with a 20mm knock out on 1 side
Other manufacturers seem to do them on the top and / or bottom
Any suggestions chaps & chapesses
I want 5 mains lights fitted in the garden (by Part P sparkie). He said Wiska Boxes have to be fitted before each light - that is, SWA into Wiska, SWA out of Wiska to new light. I can't see the point in this. If SWA's are connecting into the light, why does it need a Wiska box? I don't want...
I have a repair job coming up - a garden has had 240V lights fitted, with which the junction boxes have been filled with magic gel - they haven't been filled correctly and there are problems with the outdoor lights (the 240V doesn't help with the sensitivity to moisture). I have an idea that...
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