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    Quote Originally Posted by GCE View Post
    The other way is maybe use a piece of 16mm RVK "welding cable" which will have a higher rating and be able to carry the current -
    Good thinking. I might go with that after I have spoken to him as to see what he thinks is 'inadequate'.

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    Just remember that the real cable used for welding machines are not rated for 240v. But your probably talking of the flexible cables they use in panels.

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