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ALRIGHT ALL,
JUST WANTING SOME PROFFESSIONAL OPINIONS PLEASE LADS
CLIENT WANTS GRANNY FLAT WIRING.6MM SUPPLY HAS BEEN PULLED IN FEW YEARS AGO.I HAVE EXPLAINED THAT THE SUPPLY IS NOT BIG ENOUGH (EVEN THOUGH ONLY 3 ROOMS)DUE TO COST INVOLVED CLIENT DOES NOT WANT NEW CABLE PULLED IN.WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM YOU WOULD PUT ON THIS OFF A GARAGE CONSUMER UNIT IE(HOW MANY CIRCUITS ETC) I WOULD THINK ONE RADIAL WITH 5/6 SOCKETS WOULD BE MAX BUT WOULD BE INTERESTED IN YOUR OPINIONS LADS. TA:eek:
 
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Only you know what you need to put in. Work out your maximum demand per phase and take it from there. Have a look in the OSG for figures on diversity.
 
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32 a should,nt be a prob depending on length and insulation method of original 6mm ,

20a radial + 5a lighting circuit
 

stidge

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Only you know what you need to put in. Work out your maximum demand per phase and take it from there. Have a look in the OSG for figures on diversity.


thanks mate for your input,Have told client feed must be changed or go elsewhere.
 

stidge

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32 a should,nt be a prob depending on length and insulation method of original 6mm ,

20a radial + 5a lighting circuit

cheers for input,what i thought. sometimes it helps to hear what others think.Have told client need bigger feed to run flat.ta
 
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