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  1. cablemonkey
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    I had a search with no joy.
    I am trying to find a reg to state if its ok or not to use 1 continues 10mm conductor for gas and water Main Protective Bonding . Having a look at a new CU install where there is no MPB and lighting CPC at all . Fun Fun Fun
    :clap:Thanks
     
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    1 cable can be used as long as it's continuous.
     
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    This is covered in GN8 which covers Earthing and Bonding in much more details.
     
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