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Lee321

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10mm

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hmmm i'm under the impression its not that clear cut Apache

maybe so. I will be interested to see. Ok I'll ask what the earthing arrangement is?

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Table 54.8 would disagree with that and support Patch. Neutral is 35mm or less, then 10mm. Check out BRB pg 134.

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Table 54.8 page 134, bottom part of reg 544.1.1

C.S.A. of supply neutral 35mm or less

minimum C.S.A. of main bond = 10mm:D

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quote "buried earthing conductors must be atleast: 16mm copper if not protected against mechanical damage but protected against corrosion

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quote "buried earthing conductors must be atleast: 16mm copper if not protected against mechanical damage but protected against corrosion

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when did we bury anything?

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quote "buried earthing conductors must be atleast: 16mm copper if not protected against mechanical damage but protected against corrosion

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?

"EARTHING"

not

"BONDING"?;)

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The Don's boys have to bury horses without heads all the time ;).

No they don't. Ever wondered what goes into to a hot dog and those fishshop 'sausages'?

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The Don's boys have to bury horses without heads all the time ;).

Applaud SmileyApplaud SmileyROTFWL

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So the important thing - I was right all along ;)

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"EARTHING"

not

"BONDING"?;)

Well it is in note 3 of table 4.1 in OSG referring to bonds. Guess its if you need to get from one place to another and have to bury the cable (e.g. under a door step).

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No they don't. Ever wondered what goes into to a hot dog and those fishshop 'sausages'?

No I haven't for that very reason.

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Well it is in note 3 of table 4.1 in OSG referring to bonds. Guess its if you need to get from one place to another and have to bury the cable (e.g. under a door step).

buried means either surely?

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