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Right ... Just been nudged to set this up by Paul.M and sounds a good idea following recent threads I've done in the Arms..

Rules....No Offensive material... edit if required before posting as this is the public arena.
Anything to do with the trade or in and around it ...H&S pic's welcome.

Beware plumbers!!!.jpg

I've posted this a few times and this is at a mates house following a kitchen refirb several yrs ago. :eek:mg_smile:

Beware plumbers!!!.jpg
 
@LewisM ,

I think they are LAP accessories, I've had to fit them in the past (customer supplied). They look to be a near perfect match of the current ones but having just looked, I'm not sure that finish/insert combination is still available.

Edit: If I had to have a punt on the finish name, I'd go for polished black nickel with black inserts, which I vaguely recall seeing in the catalogues a few years ago, but as I say, I've just had a look and it doesn't appear they have a suitable match currently.
 
@LewisM ,

I think they are LAP accessories, I've had to fit them in the past (customer supplied). They look to be a near perfect match of the current ones but having just looked, I'm not sure that finish/insert combination is still available.

Edit: If I had to have a punt on the finish name, I'd go for polished black nickel with black inserts, which I vaguely recall seeing in the catalogues a few years ago, but as I say, I've just had a look and it doesn't appear they have a suitable match currently.
I nearly said Screwfix but wasn’t sure enough.
 
I remember the time we replaced all the sockets above the kitchen worktops with IP rated ones as the cats kept peeing on them which tripped the RCD.
Direct wet contact might make 'em jump a bit. I wonder if a 30mA device would be enough to save 'em?
I've seen and heard of a few different animals come to electrical grief in the past......but never a puddy cat.
 
Direct wet contact might make 'em jump a bit. I wonder if a 30mA device would be enough to save 'em?
I've seen and heard of a few different animals come to electrical grief in the past......but never a puddy cat.
I don't know but as we were leaving a cat with diarrhoea was sat on the dining table relieving its bowels onto the carpet below.

 

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