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Spurs on radial socket circuits may look the same as any other spur but they must be treated differently to those on ring circuits. This is one of the often asked questions and is an often misunderstood issue.
Why should radial sockets be treated any differently?
In fact, are sockets allowed on radial circuits?
What size breaker must it be? Is it always 32 amps?
Here, in this video, we will show you several different scenarios and give you the information that you need to be able to install spurs on to radial circuits efficiently and safely.
A correctly installed spur will help to protect the users from the dangers of electricity and to reduce the risk of fires in buildings.
In the video we will also explain the requirements of the Wiring Regulations in relation to radial spurs so that you are able to carry out the work with confidence.