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Topic Title: Isolator for long meter tails
Topic Summary: Plastic or metal?
Created On: 21 September 2017 12:22 PM
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 Isolator for long meter tails   - BrucieBonus - 21 September 2017 12:22 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - AJJewsbury - 21 September 2017 12:36 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - geoffsd - 21 September 2017 01:05 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - AJJewsbury - 21 September 2017 01:24 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - tomgunn - 21 September 2017 02:08 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - BrucieBonus - 21 September 2017 02:35 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - geoffsd - 21 September 2017 03:12 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - geoffsd - 21 September 2017 03:12 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - weirdbeard - 23 September 2017 02:03 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - leckie - 23 September 2017 02:33 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - AJJewsbury - 21 September 2017 02:57 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - Fm - 21 September 2017 07:54 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - Fm - 21 September 2017 07:54 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - alancapon - 21 September 2017 09:53 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - mapj1 - 21 September 2017 11:05 PM  
 Isolator for long meter tails   - tomgunn - 22 September 2017 02:18 PM  
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BrucieBonus

Posts: 1035
Joined: 20 February 2007

Hi all

Can I ask your advice please?

I've been asked to move a fuse board to a more sensible location - this will involve installing new meter tails about 5 m long. I was planning to fit a double pole isolator after the meter.

This popped up - but it's plastic - should it not be metal??

https://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Technical/DataSheets/Wylex/WYREC2.pdf

It's TNS 60/80 main fuse for a 1 bed flat

I wasn't thinking I need to use a switched fuse, making it a submain - the run is from the front of the cellar to the back, will be in trunking. Am I right?

thanks in advance
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