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shower Pump

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum' started by smithjim0001, Jul 12, 2010.

Discuss shower Pump in the Electrical Forum area at ElectrciansForums.co.uk.

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  1. smithjim0001
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    Shower pump fed by a fused spur.

    Fused spur fed by 2.5mm load side of fused spur feeding shower pump with 1.5mm flex.

    pump is 2.5ka so roughly 10amps flowing.

    I would then think that 1.5mm flex can take up to 15amp free air so it would be ok to put a 13amp fuse in the spur

    Do you all agree that 13amp fuse is ok.
     
  2. SirKit Breaker
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    Sounds good to me. Might be good if SFCU is an RCD type

    Cheers.......Howard
     
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    2.5kW pump?

    I have just installed one of those for a golf course irrigation system:D

    I am assuming you are in an airing cupboard and are spurring from the immersion circuit for the pump?
     
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