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  1. sparkzalot

    sparkzalot Regular EF Member

    Could someone please give me examples of what this would cover.
    I'm assuming it's irrelevant to portable equipment like a lawn mower on a domestic installation and more to do with industrial.
    Thanks in advance.
  2. AJshep

    AJshep Electrician's Arms

    South East, England
    Business Name:
    Andrew Shepherd Electrics
    Thats exactly what it means..
    Not exceeding 32 amps basically means anything below 32 amps.
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