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I've got a load of old stock on tri-rated cable to shift:
0.5mm £7 per drum
300m x 0.5mm White
500m x 0.5mm Violet
100m x 0.5mm Yellow
0.75mm £9 per drum
100m x 0.75mm Red
1mm £10 per drum
200m x 1mm White
1.5mm £14 per drum
1000m x 1.5mm Violet
400m x 1.5mm White
200m x 1.5mm...
I’ve been asked to install a dedicated 32amp 3 phase supply for a passenger lift and need to tap off a 200 amp rated busbar chamber. The incoming supply to busbar is 200amp with 120mm SWA. Can I tap off this busbar with 10mm tails to a new 32amp switch fused isolator mounted to the side of the...
set up for immersion goes like this for me....
Option 1) 16amp breaker > 2.5mm t&e to 20amp DP isolator > flex from this to immersion.
But how is this set up.....
Option 2). 16amp breaker > 2.5mm t&e to 13amp fcu > flex from this to immersion
Are both fine?
Evening all, just a quick question from a non electrician before you shout! Our systems are all installed using a sub DBB (rather than into the existing board). Normally we would fit using 25mm tails however a contract we are currently on say that 10mm tails can be used............any views?
Is there any resource anywhere or any point of reference where you can search for a downligt by hole cut-out size? Looking for non integrated gu10 fittings for existing 82mm holes. It takes forever going into the spec of each downlight
We look after an old mill/factory and ive just been given the test remedials list another company did.
A bit part of it is bonding to steelworks and big gas pipework.
How do i determine size needed?
Is there a formula/table to work off?
I'm hoping a few of the older members might remember this. I need to know what the standard wall thickness used to be for the very old type threaded steel conduit (20 and 25mm equivalents). I'm guessing the diameter and wall thickness was in imperial sizes so I also need to know what the...
I have given up working for myself and am working for a contractors now, I am having a clear out, sensible offers please All can be collected from Huddersfield but I can ship as my company have a UPS account, I cant split it dont have the time all tools are less than 2 years old and in very good...
I represent a company who manufacture and distribute drilling and trade solutions which are particularly popular with electricians. I'll not name them so as not to advertise on here.:smiley2:
We have a dry diamond core drill kit in our portfolio which sells very well but i feel that...
Good afternoon chaps....
Just been trying to find a calculator on line, but no joy - Dimplex has one, but not very user friendly!
Have a couple of rooms requiring night stores, so need to calculate the sizes required.
Could anyone please point me in the direction of where I may find a...
im changing a ccu, the lady is having under floor heating installed and wants me install power points for each room thats having under floor heating.
can i spure off the ring in each room or do i have to run a new cecuit.
under floor heating is new to me.
any advice i would be...
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