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Hi,

From site to site someone always seems to have a new previously unknown insight towards elv and Lv running together.

I’ve heard :

‘They can run together for 600mm”
“They can cross over and touch”
amongst others.

No one however can ever provide a reg number.

Does anyone here have any ‘band 1 and 2 together’ info that is backed up by a reg?

As far as I know the only time it would occur is in a multicore cable where all insulation is to the highest voltage. Otherwise - separated at all times.

Cheers,

Myles
 
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Silly Sausage

No one however can ever provide a reg number.
Why do people bother taking the Nth Edition course/exam, I mean multiple choice test, if they can't even find a simple Reg No? :confused:
 

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You two are cheating. I have to revert to google.
Not cheating mate. It's called 'using your brain' :)
Work has a nice scanner..
 

Spoon

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Do you have to pay for a PDF version? I'm having a scan of the web and not really getting anywhere.
Cut the regs to bits and just scanned all the pages.
Then we have a punch & binder machine as well.
 
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