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Hi all, went to look at a job today, the owner wants to convert a house into 2 flats, not done anything like this before. 100 amp fuse, TN C S supply
Can I split the 1 supply for the 2 flats, he would like a landlords meter put onto the second flat, so he could then work out the bill for each flat, each flat will have 2 x 32A and 2x 6A circuits .
Or have a new supply put in for the top floor flat?
 
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uksel

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why not install something like this in each flat, wont cost the earth and you can see if both meters match up to the distributors meter.

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i'd also keep an eye on the length/size of your tails. would be a lot easier for you to install a new DB in each domicile. i'd personally install at least a 6 way unit as each flat may need the provision for a boiler, cooker perhaps power showers, lighting & power.
 
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