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electricshock

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2 meters.

first meter has 3x 3phase circuits and 10 single phase circuits.

second meter has 2 3phase boards, one board has 3x 3phase circuits ans the other has 5x 3phase circuits.
 

Amp David

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Don't touch anything industrial myself, but i'd base any estimate on a day rate. I would only offer an estimate not quote, too much to crop up and hold you back
 

Mark_Burgess

Electrician's Arms
Depends....Would you have full access and control?
Like turning the power off, would you have to work out of hours?

I am half way through a big inspection, some of it needs to be done in evenings and sundays.
 

ian.settle1

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2 meters.

first meter has 3x 3phase circuits and 10 single phase circuits.

second meter has 2 3phase boards, one board has 3x 3phase circuits ans the other has 5x 3phase circuits.

What do you mean 2 meters?

Is it one building with two meters or two buildings?

Is the building occupied or not?

Do you have to do the work outside normal hours?

Your a bit vague with your question personally.
 
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BlueToBits

Electrician's Arms
Depends on the specification. How much does a blue car cost if it has 3 dashboard switches, a stereo that lights up green and enough boot space to install a log burner?
 

telectrix

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15% more than the red one.
 
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