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    GP wire

    Good day,
    would gp wire be acceptable to install in p8200 trunking without any covers for example in a shop for light circuits? Im use to running such wire in conduit and am a bit consurned about the safety aspect of running this type of wire in this trunking?

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    GP wire is insulated but unsheathed so I'd say it should be in trunking with a lid. You can get both plastic and steel lid options for p series trunking.
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    How would I go about convincing my boss to buy covers for steel trunking that is on an existing installation?

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