6A/16A Power Sockets Sample Clauses

6A/16A Power Sockets. Wiring for 6A/16A power sockets shall be carried out by 2 runs of 4 Sq.mm. for Phase (Colour for Phase wire will be decided at site) & Neutral (Black Colour) and 1 run of 2.5 Sq.mm. for Earth (Green Colour) using 1100V FRLS PVC flexible Copper wire. One end of the earthing wire is to be connected at the third pin of 16/6A and another end to be connected at the earth bar in the distribution board. Any two adjacent Power Points shall be considered as a single point. The wiring termination shall be done through crimping type Copper lugs. The lugs shall be covered with respective coloured sleeves and wires have been identified with engraved ferrules. The wires should not undergo any damage during pulling. The continuity of the wires should be found OK before termination if not the damaged wires should be replaced. The work shall be carried out as per the instructions of the Engineer-in-Charge.

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