Shower cable


Postby johnnyp » Sun Jul 22, 2007 8:04 pm

Hello All,
fitting 9.5 kw shower, using 10mm cable.
Have fitted showers before new reg's, I am now concerned about the cable run. Had planned cable to attic, down internal wall in plastic box conduit. I read about safe zones, can anyone enlighten me. Also, max permisable leagth.

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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 10:48 am

[quote="johnnyp"]Hello All,
fitting 9.5 kw shower, using 10mm cable.
Have fitted showers before new reg's, I am now concerned about the cable run. Had planned cable to attic, down internal wall in plastic box conduit. I read about safe zones, can anyone enlighten me. Also, max permisable leagth.

johnnyp[/quote]

JOHNNYP
I AM QUITE SURE YOU ARE COMPETENT TO DO THIS WORK.
DOC PROJECTS ON PART P WILL INFORM U UNDER PART P
WHAT U R AND R NOT ALLOWED TO DO REGARDING
ELECTRICAL WORK IN YOUR HOME .
A REGISTERED SPARKY WOULD NEED TO INSTALL, TEST AND
INSPECT BECAUSE ITS NOTIFIABLE WORK.
HOWEVER IT IS POSSIBLE U COULD ASSIST WITH HIM. AND
HELP RUN CABLE. HE WOULD HAVE TO APPROVE ROUTES, LENGTH OF RUN, PROTECTIVE DEVICES, CHECK EARTHING ECT ECT.
GIVE A REGISTERED SPARK A RING, MOST BONA FIDE ARE HELPFUL
AND HAPPY TO OBLIGE.
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