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Topic Title: Extending earth bonding
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Created On: 19 April 2017 01:04 PM
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John Peckham

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There is no reference in BS7671 concerning the joining of bonding conductors or them having to be continuous if looping from one bonding clamp to another contrary to common belief and folk law.

However in BS7430 is says.

"Where both main gas pipes and main water pipes enter a location, a common
bonding conductor may be used, but in such cases that conductor should be
continuous or should be permanently jointed (by soldering or crimping) in order
to preserve continuity. Such a bonding conductor may also be used in
association with other extraneous-conductive-parts".

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John Peckham

http://www.astutetechnicalservices.co.uk/
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