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Topic Title: Neater ways to run 10mm bonding outside.
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Created On: 01 November 2013 07:12 PM
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 01 November 2013 07:12 PM
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hertzal123

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A cu change job entails running the main protective bonding lead 10M
vertically down an outside wall next to a lightening conductor(no it wont
be tiewrapped to the conductor!)In the past,black 20mm conduit has been used,but just wondered if anyone has found a smaller size,say
16mm or 12mm black rigid tube which would be more discrete for such
a job?.Also I,m assuming the lightening conductor would have to be
connected to the mpb somewhere.
Thanx for any help,
Hz.
 01 November 2013 07:43 PM
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Jaymack

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Open ended, PVC small bore piping, as used by plumbers could be a solution, or "clip on" type PVC covers as used for "hiding" pipes.

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 01 November 2013 09:27 PM
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aligarjon

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would it be permitted to use the lightening conductor ? a crimp at the top out of sight and a crimp at a convenient height lower down. so connecting it to the MET at the same time.

Gary

second thoughts maybe not such a good idea if its going to the gas main.

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