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tronic

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Hi all,

I am new to all this forum stuff, so apologies if this is in the wrong place.

I am doing a rewire and need to get to an outbuilding. The easiest way is to use a cetenary wire (concrete everywhere). I am going to use arctic flex but notice the regs say that PVC must be protected in direct sunlight, how can I achieve this??

Aaron
 
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tronic

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conduit wont bent though would it?? as you need to allow a "slack dangle" in the cetenary dont you??
 
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Cirrus

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Plastic conduit bends ok. That's how I always get power to outhouses.
 

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conduit wont bent though would it?? as you need to allow a "slack dangle" in the cetenary dont you??
Thats why Cirrus said 20mm plastic conduit.

It will have the right amount of flexibility when attached to a catenary wire.
 
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