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sparkyork

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hi all,

been to look at a job and the gas supply is via a tank outside in the garden, the pipework is bonded internally at the point of entry, this is accaptable isnt it?
 
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tony.towa

Within 600mm of the service meter or at the point of entry if the service meter is external. You most probably don't have a service meter so point of entry will be ok. If the gas tank is a Calor tank it might be worth checking that there is not a bonding cable on the tank. They used to run these on some of their older tanks.
 
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sparkyork

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cheers tony yeah it is a calor tank, i couldnt see a bond on it tho unless is somewhere totally un obvious!!
pleased point of entry is ok as it would be a bugger to get a bond over to the tank!
 
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