Quick question for the group...
I'm plumbing a bathroom with plastic pipes at the moment - so shouldn't need
equipotential bonding (and I was going to add 1.5m plastic tails to the
radiator before it hits the copper under the floor).
If I put in a chrome shower socket next to the sink - will I have to put in
an equipotential circuit to all my metal fittings? (eg. sink mixer tap,
shower valve, radiator and shower rail riser all to the earth terminal of
the shaver socket?)
If so, & I tell SWMBO that she cant have a chrome socket and fit a
plastic one - will this get me off fitting said bond?
- posted 14 years ago