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Junction Box Pro’s And Cons

Junction Boxes
Electrical Junction Boxes Electrical junction boxes are boxes that are used to join two or more electrical wires together. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, and fiberglass. Junction boxes have a number of different purposes, the most common of which... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
Flexible Conduit
This free, helpful guide explains all the different types of flexible conduit, and should answer the question, What Flexible Conduit Should I Use ? Flexible Conduit Flexible conduit has been in use for many years and is still a popular choice for applications that require movement or flexibility. It is made from various materials, including... Continue Reading πŸ’‚

What Cable Gland Should I Use ?

What Cable Gland Should I Use? This free, helpful guide explains all the different types of electrical cable glands. A very handy reference point if you come across one unfamiliar. Or, you might need to buy a couple for your electrical installation when terminating your cable. It references the more standard electrical compression glands to... Continue Reading πŸ’‚

Arctic Flex Cable Guide

Welcome to our Arctic Flex Guide The Quickbit professional Guide to Arctic Flex cable tells you everything you need to know. It offers lots of basic information the electrician or user needs to know when selecting the correct flexible outdoor cable, who would need it, where you would install yellow flex, and where you might... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
Sy Cable

SY Cable is a control cable constructed from PVC insulation, bedding and transparent PVC sheathing. The cable features braided armour underneath the sheathing for protection. This cable is not suitable for fixed installations, as stipulated in the regulations set by BS7671. SY Control Cable uses include environments where there is a risk of damage as… Continue Reading πŸ’‚

1mm Twin and Earth Cable 100m Drum (16A)
1mm Twin And Earth Current Carrying Capacity The table below shows the current carrying capacity of 1mm twin and earth cable, referred to as 1mm cable rating. This cable is mainly used for domestic lighting circuits rated at 6 AMP. As you can see the amount of current the cable can take changes depending on... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
16mm Twin and Earth Cable 25m Coil (85A)
10mm twin and earth current carrying capacity The table below shows the current carrying capacity of 10mm twin and earth cable. This cable is mainly used for domestic cooker and shower circuits rated at 40A AMP. As you can see the amount of current the cable can take changes depending on how the cable is... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
16mm Twin and Earth Cable 25m Coil (85A)
16mm twin and earth current carrying capacity The table below shows the current carrying capacity of 16mm twin and earth cable. This cable is mainly used for large electric domestic or commercial cooker and shower circuits rated at 50A AMP. As you can see the amount of current the cable can take changes depending on... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
6mm Twin and Earth Cable 25m Coil (47A)
6mm twin and earth current carrying capacity The table below shows the current carrying capacity of 6mm twin and earth cable. This cable is mainly used for domestic cooker and shower circuits rated at 40A AMP. As you can see the amount of current the cable can take changes depending on how the cable is... Continue Reading πŸ’‚
4mm Twin and Earth Cable 25m Coil (37A)
4mm twin and earth current carrying capacity The table below shows the current carrying capacity of 4mm twin and earth cable. This cable is mainly used for Radial socket circuits rated at 32 AMP, also used for immersion heaters and some cookers. As you can see the amount of current the cable can take changes... Continue Reading πŸ’‚