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Richard3009

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If I use a henley block and a set of tails to feed a new consumer unit on an existing installation adjacent to an old board, do I need a point of isolation between the henley and the new board, and would a recomendation be made to upgrade the exisiting re-wirable fuse board.
 
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Spudnik

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The regs do require a single point of isolation for the installation, however this is open to interpretation as many see the main supplier cut out as the isolation point.

Why not just upgrade the existing board and put new circuits in there?
 
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Richard3009

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Cost and speed. Im only putting in a 2 way board
 
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Spudnik

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Henly it is, with your DP isolator if you decide to install one.
 
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