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, or why it is important to balance phases on a distribution board?

so it doesnt tip over

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and yes they may sell 8 core but why use 8 when you only need 6?, and you only use 2 x 4 cores if you dont have a 6 core to hand!


if you dont balance your phases properly it damages the transformer supplying the building

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and yes they may sell 8 core but why use 8 when you only need 6?, and you only use 2 x 4 cores if you dont have a 6 core to hand!

if you dont balance your phases properly it damages the transformer supplying the building

in what way

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Hang in there Matt, you're doing well.


Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.


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and if you were to carry out a commerical install which cables can you share trunking with in order to prevent false alarms?

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and if you were to carry out a commerical install which cables can you share trunking with in order to prevent false alarms?

dont know

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do any of you guys know how to carry out a load assessment on a whole building and why it's important, or what phase rotation is?, or what the skin effect on a cable is?, or why it is important to balance phases on a distribution board?

have you heard of the rule of holes?


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data cables, fire cables or power cables

thanks for that

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What thickness of cable would you use to run an electric cooker ....

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I use Barrier cream for skin effect when playing with cables.

Good site practice.


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What thickness of cable would you use to run an electric cooker ....

 

Is this in Arfs house? (trick question I reakon)


So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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What thickness of cable would you use to run an electric cooker ....

1.5mm and also use it to warm the house.


I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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I'm surprised more don't do this, after all its like a free bonus, although you have to use the oven more I suppose :hmm:


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its high inductance so also have to be careful with the old breaker to prevent false tripping

Come on, fess up, you're from Essex ain't ya.


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When I was rewiring houses for the council, they would often put an electric shower back to back with the cooker point to save on cable. FACT.

 

Thinking being in a one bed granny flat she ain't exactly going to be doing both at once is she?

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When I was rewiring houses for the council, they would often put an electric shower back to back with the cooker point to save on cable. FACT.

They??


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