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xie_steve

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Hello Everyone. I am doing a two storey units wiring, one storey has two units, total is four. Someone told me that i have to use the metal flush box to protect fire? Is it right?

Steve

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beaver74

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Hello Everyone. I am doing a two storey units wiring, one storey has two units, total is four. Someone told me that i have to use the metal flush box to protect fire? Is it right?

Steve

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no you can use dry linning boxes but you need to install additional fire supresing stickers inside which will expand and fill the socket to stop the passage of fire
 
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johnnyb

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Beaver, enlighten me mate, i have never heard of these fire surpressing stickers where and which wholesalers stock them, are they on the net.
 
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xie_steve

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no you can use dry linning boxes but you need to install additional fire supresing stickers inside which will expand and fill the socket to stop the passage of fire
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All of them need to be installed additional fire supresin stickers? include data sockets?
I used to do the new wiring for the town house, i just need to put the additional fire supresin stickers on those which are share the same wall of the two town house.

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