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I'd nail the fixing band if I had a nailer.

Spit nailer will do most surfaces, fixy band or metal ties size is adjustable to the job. The cable staples are timber only, one at a time, nice if you are just in bungalows maybe?

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4 hours ago, MrHappy said:

no, having google'd the cost I'd assume I'll never seen one...

Not for budgeting in Hull then?

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3 hours ago, sixwheeledbeast said:

I'd nail the fixing band if I had a nailer.

Spit nailer will do most surfaces, fixy band or metal ties size is adjustable to the job. The cable staples are timber only, one at a time, nice if you are just in bungalows maybe?

Yeah have a spit nailer too for that and on fire use the pirelli clips that clip on the end of the gun

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On 27/04/2022 at 22:12, james.wilson said:

Currently use wide metal cable ties and ryobi nailer. Have 18 and 16 guage just ordered a 15 guage

 

post a pic of what your doing ?

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27 minutes ago, james.wilson said:

but you can imagine using these

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no, best make a video of how the cool kids at SIA do their stuff...

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Slightly related, the new Amendment 2 changes a number of things around cabling in escape routes.

 

Only cables allowed are for use in that area, as short as practical.

LSF, no PVC trunking (even with metal clips) due to smoke emitted.

Anything low level, full mechanical protection so it can't be pulled from the wall "within arms reach".

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