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Topic Title: H07 CABLES WITHIN TRUNKING
Topic Summary: Types of singles within trunking satisfactory
Created On: 26 September 2017 10:54 AM
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 H07 CABLES WITHIN TRUNKING   - BILLYBOY65 - 26 September 2017 10:54 AM  
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BILLYBOY65

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Joined: 11 May 2011

Hi

Just wondered if anyone has information on singles within trunking, we are installing some interlinks between switchboards, UPS panels etc in a commercial environment.

We would like to know if the two cables below would be suitable, they both have the correct voltage rating and are BS marked,

1. BS6195 COIL END LEAD CABLES
2. TRIFLEX H07RN-F CABLES

has anyone comments on either of these as mains 415v cables laid in steel trunking interlinking panels, just an alternative to BS6491B ?
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