[b]Running cable through a cavity/ protection required? TWO[/b]

Discussion in 'Electricians' Talk' started by Real Spark, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. Real Spark

    Real Spark New Member

    In a perfect world how nice

    Drill a 21mm hole at angle to avoid water ingress fit 20mm conduit seal here and there

    How many outside lights or sockets are fitted as above?

    However in the real world I think not

    OK do tell different

    (Note not having a go at any peers)

    RS
     
  2. Rabbit Rabbit

    Rabbit Rabbit New Member

    Looks like self-admission as being a cowboy Unreal Spark.

    Total cost of parts to do the job properly; around £0.25 as most sparks would have shorts bits of conduit in their van anyway

    Total cost in labour (time) to do the job properly over bodging it; about 10 minutes.

    So what world do you live it? Rogue Traders world?
     
  3. Real Spark

    Real Spark New Member

    RR

    Did I say I didn’t sleeve cavities?

    Ask don’t assume

    RS
     
  4. M107

    M107 New Member

  5. Rabbit Rabbit

    Rabbit Rabbit New Member

    I did'nt say you did'nt - don't assume RS.

    RR
     
  6. Real Spark

    Real Spark New Member

    Point is how often do you come across a cable sleeved through a cavity

    On a PIR no sleeve what code?

    Previously
    RS
     

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