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  1. J.C.E
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    Is there such thing as a three phase RCBO??!

    Needing to install a three phase circuit for a 8kw three phase heater- connection by a 20a comando

    I want to use the metal trunking I will be installing for various 13a sockets- so the circuit doesn't need the rcd protection- but i beleive the 20a comando will..

    It will be a new hager TPN dis board

    so hows best to get fault and additional protection in TP setup?
     
  2. Dave OCD
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    I did similar a while ago and used a 3 phase MCB at the DB then an enclosure with a 3 phase RCD and 32a socket 'all in one' at the other end but mine was in SWA .
     
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    I'm going to get some right stick if I ask what a warhouse is. So I'm not going to do it.
     
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    Use a rcd 32ah 5 pin socket g wiss do a good 1 if rest is in trunken
     
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  5. Dave OCD
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    Well I'm hoping he means a warehouse and not another similar worded 'house'. :D
     
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    Ah, Gowon Do It.
     
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  8. Dave OCD
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    Are you Buzzlightyear in disguise ?? :D
     
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    You guys need to go to spec savers.
     
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  10. Dave OCD
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    No it's been edited, it initially said Warhouse, 100% certain.
     
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  13. J.C.E
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  14. LeeH
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    How do they work with no neutral in use?
     
  15. LeeH
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    Just Googled it...obvious really.

    If it helps another divy the same current has to return through another phase if no N.
     
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