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in what domestic applications would it be neccesary to use lsf cable.
i'm starting a rewire of a grade 2 listed 8 bedroom cottage .5000 square feet.
does anybody know what regulations cover this????
 
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Spudnik

I would contact the council or heritage trust (?) and ask them.

Listed buildings are the biggest pain to do because of various rules.
 
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DHES-LTD

When its in the spec!
 
agree with jason.


the good thing about lsf is it has better current carrying capacity than standard t&e and this helps when running in insulation because of the correction factors
 
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electro

Hi



sorry to drag up an old post, but does anybody know the regs for when you should or shouldn't use LSF. Lets say the electrician is the designer as well as the installer. What is the level, is it all public buildings or ones that cater for over a certain number? Would you install LSF in a care home if so why?



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