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    The wooden board DBs' often had isolators for geysers and stoves which were not lockable. Hence the regulatory requirement that it be within arms reach of the appliance or lockable in the open position when at the DB.

    Locking devices for DB isolators might be cheap, but availability is another story. I requested a few at Voltex 20+ years ago and am still waiting for them. An isolator by the geyser is both safer and more convenient.

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    SANS 10142-1

    Hi, just bought & down loaded a PDF copy from SABS - https://store.sabs.co.za/

    Pop straight onto your iPad for quick easy access or print & bind a copy, only 360 odd pages.

    Cheers

    Gordon

    Quote Originally Posted by Tato View Post
    I was just wondering, as I am still looking for a pdf-copy of SANS 10142-1, does this document really have thousands of pages or hundreds of images???

    What I can find on the Internet ranges from about 350mb to 1.5gb as a download.
    Isn't it possible to convert it in a pdf-file with at most 2 digits of mb?

    I am living on a farm and though I got a theoretical downstream bandwidth of up to 2mb (wireless), I cannot really download files that huge.

    Maybe someone can sell me a second hand CD?

    Thanks for your time.

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