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* BS5733 Dimensions 85mmx85mm with 60.3mm fixing centres Mounting boxes Surface moulded: VX9405 Flush metal:SB615
Dimensions 146mm x 86mm Mounting boxes 9054 surface, SB625 flush galv. or SB629 dry lining * Same plate size as standard twin socket. * Large capacity tunnel terminals on live and neutral take up to 10mm² cable. * Two earth terminals are fitted. * Separate double pole switching for both cooker and socket outlet.
Amendment 3 to BS7671 IET Wiring Regulations (published January 2015).
Amendment 3 to BS7671 IET Wiring Regulations (published January 2015).
A cooker switch complying with BS 3676 or a cooker control unit complying with BS 4177 (a cooker switch incorporating a socket-outlet) is usually installed where a cooking appliance is to be connected other than by means of a plug and socket-outlet.
A cooker switch complying with BS 3676 or a cooker control unit complying with BS 4177 (a cooker switch incorporating a socket-outlet) is usually installed where a cooking appliance is to be connected other than by means of a plug and socket-outlet.
BS 7671: 2008 (2015), the long awaited Amendment 3 to the 17th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations, is now in force - effective from January 1st 2015. There will be a six month transition period where electrical contractors can install to Amendment 2 or Amendment 3, after which it will be a requirement that all electrical installations...

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