It's a modern edition, note the lack of gear change on the top bar to catch your knackers on!
I really really want one of these.......
Saw this old crane / gantry in London the other week,
@WorkshopChris The spare core should be grounded to stop induced voltage, I've seen 65 volts on a run of swa cable that had ungrounded cores....
Its oxidation but I think it's from the porosity of the insulation that causes it. Not much you can do unless you want to replace it all.
We're all in the same boat is one we get at work, not really we're in a small dugout and they are in a luxury yacht...
Me too, looking good.
Is it similar to touching cloth?
Talking of which....
No it's to eliminate the north south divide!
It'll still give you a fair old wack!
Also the chance of the MCB tripping when you're hanging onto the end of a live cable is very slim!
You have more patients than me for typing that out:laughing::thumbup:
The most common site transformers 'and I'm talking about the big 10kva 3 phases ones' are definitely split across two phases, no neutral in them...
^^ a lot of the big sites won't have those transformers around as the "Youropeans" :laughing: bring all their tools and extension leads in and...
Rule of thumb is half the voltage double the current so I wouldn't use 240v tools on 110v!
Site 110v supplies are actually 2 phases ie 55v to...
There's always one!
Anyway I'm off to my music lesson, it's on the flute:whistle:
Am I missing something? :dontknow:
It is Sarah! I've had that poster for years. I'd also like one of "Evil Willow" :whistle:
These are a collection that's taken some time so not got these today.....[ATTACH]
I've just checked and I'm now only a "member" and not a forum supporter anymore, I'll get onto that right away! :thumbup:
@bo8 I liked your post manly for the copy of "Classic plant & machinery " :whistle:
I also have a Draper Expert 3/8" socket set in a ice metal...
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