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Hello,

On with a job at a farmhouse, (no longer a working farm).
The farmhouse itself has been rewired in the last 10 years and the installation is in good condition.
The supply and cutout into the property is three phase TN-S, I am told that one of the phases used to supply heaters etc in the outbuildings, however as it was no longer a working farm when the house was rewired, this phase was entirely disconnected from the supply - so there is just now a single phase running from the cutout to supply the farmhouse.

Just wanted to check how this setup would be best represented on an electrical installation certificate? I was planning on ticking "3-phase, 4-wire" on the "supply characteristics and earthing arrangements" section and then putting in the "comments on existing installation" a few details that the installation was formerly more than one phase but is now single phase, but had a niggling doubt if this is or isnt the correct way to fill it in.
Would any members of this forum be able to advise please?

Thanks in advance

Phil
 
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