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Hi all
Got 4c10mm micc supplies to off peak DB and domestic DB
Backed up by individual 80A Kmf s, what are your thoughts on two feeds in same micc.
Put appropriate warning labels on both ends
Down rated fuses to 63A
 

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Multiple circuits in a single cable are completely compliant, no need for any special labelling.
80A down 10mm MICC doesn't sound like it's likely to be a problem. Although I note you say they are backed up by the 80A fuse, does this mean there is another fuse too?
 
As above does not require notices but 80A would be too high for the cable. Sheath is good for 10.0 bonding provided it is glanded off correctly.
 
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Yes 100A met 16mm tails to meter then 16mm tails to 2 X 80A BS1361 swf Kmf. Put on report C3 tails need upgrading. Put on report 80A fuses need down grading for the the 4c10mm micc.cable properly terminated earth ring 10 mm earth bond both ends Sorry must remember to take pics. Thanks all
 
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