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Reference method F - in free air or on a perforated cable tray horizontal or vertical . of cable impedance, reference should be made to Table 4D1B of BS BS, table 4A2, cable installation methods, current-carrying capacity, reference methods, cable, multicore cable, single-core cable. Looking at Table 4D5 BS we see that if we have the cable clipped direct (ref method C) we could use a 6mm sq twin and earth as it will.
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Bs7671 installation reference methods:
Or… Use a 45A circuit breaker! This will protect the cable against overload and they are available just not listed in BS According to Part 7 Section BS Other things to consider… Is the supply big enough for the additional load?
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Is all of the earthing and bonding satisfactory?
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Reference method D — Direct in the ground or in ducting in the ground. Reference method E — Multicore ref method bs 7671 in free air or on perforated trays.
Reference method F — Single-core cable touching in free air or on perforated trays.
Reference method G — Single-core cable spaced in free air or on perforated trays. Routing of cables Where cables are routed through insulation, this can make a considerable difference to the size of the conductor required.
Thermal insulation not exceeding mm Clipped direct to wooden joist above plasterboard ceiling. Thermal insulation exceeding mm In a stud wall with insulation.
Cable touching the inner wall surface. Cable not touching the inner wall surface. Noteand must not be totally enclosed in thermal insulation.
Twin and Earth (T&E)
One side of the cable must be in contact with a thermally conductive surface. Installation methods relates to cables which are not in contact with such a surface and are subject to a de-rating factor of 0.
Examples of Methods ref method bs 7671 Installation Reference Method A For example, Installation Methods 1 and 2 of Table 4A2, non-sheathed cables and multi-core cables in conduit in a thermally insulated wall. The conduit is fixed such that it is close to, but not necessarily touching the inner skin.
Heat from the cables is assumed to escape through the inner skin only.
The conduit can be of metal or plastic.