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Topic Title: Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100
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Created On: 02 October 2017 04:39 PM
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 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - synapse - 02 October 2017 04:39 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 02 October 2017 05:07 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - weirdbeard - 02 October 2017 05:57 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - mapj1 - 02 October 2017 07:27 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - synapse - 05 October 2017 10:30 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - ArduinoXR - 06 October 2017 01:22 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - leckie - 06 October 2017 05:23 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - OlympusMons - 06 October 2017 07:37 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - Alcomax - 06 October 2017 08:45 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - leckie - 06 October 2017 09:07 PM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 07 October 2017 08:21 AM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - OlympusMons - 07 October 2017 10:52 AM  
 Current Carrying Capacity for 90deg XLPE ref method 100   - AJJewsbury - 08 October 2017 09:49 AM  
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 06 October 2017 08:45 PM
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Alcomax

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You don't have to increase the csa of the whole cable, just the bits of it that are in contact with the insulation.



That is a whole lot of joint boxes then.

Given that sparky's are the only ones that give a monkeys about de-rating of cables, extra insulation after the event by others cannot be predicted. The only routes of some certainty are sheathed and plastered. Everything else is up for grabs, subject to builders / badgers law.
 06 October 2017 09:07 PM
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leckie

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Yes, I suppose we really should wire lighting circuits in 2.5mm
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