I'm re-wiring my kitchen on a building notice with final inspection by part 'p' registered electrican.
Regarding my hob and oven.
I've run 10mm2 cable from the consumer unit to the cooker switch through non insulated walls. Again 10mm2 from the cooker switch to the cooker outlet. The hob will be hard wired to the cooker outlet via 10mm2, hob is 6200watts.
My cooker switch does not have an integral socket and so i have not run it from the RCD protected side of the consumer unit.
The built under oven is only 2400 watts and came with a 13amp plug fitted. I thought to run a separate radial circuit in 6mm2 to power the oven via a socket.
I don't want to plug the oven in to the ring main.
I like the idea of my cooker switch (45amp DP) being able to isolate both hob and oven because i believe most people who turn this switch off would assume they've just isolated the complete cooker package.
My question is can i run my oven from the cooker outlet together with the hob maybe by spurring off with a single switched socket and keep the 13amp protected oven plug on the oven.