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Don’t bite my head off, I’m not used to installing radial circuits. Just the odd spur, or an rfc if new circuit.
Between being Sunday, man flu and an early alarm... my brain has stalled.

A while ago I ran a spur from 32A rfc direct from the mcb to supply a new double socket in my hall. Only gets used by Henry... or the new guy: Dyson.

What I am wanting to do is make a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer, and maybe another double socket. Easiest plan is to use that spur from earlier, put it on its own 16 or 20A mcb and make a radial with hall socket on the end.

Question is, are radial circuits ok for a couple of high power appliances and possibly dyson on all at the same time, or would I be better installing a 32A ring for just these 4 points?
 

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