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Topic # 198841 25-Jul-2016 11:37
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I have domestic gas supplied by two 45kg LPG cylinder attached to side of the house next to my driveway.

 

I am thinking about getting a 16A Caravan power point for my car.

 

So my question is what are the rules about how far away would the power point have to be from the two cylinders?

 

I would rather not get an electrician to come out take a 30s look and it cant be done at all.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1598135 25-Jul-2016 12:12
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Looks like you might need to get access to the standard to find the exact answer,

 

http://www.electricalforum.co.nz/index.php?action=more_details&id=1389052640


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  Reply # 1598308 25-Jul-2016 16:12
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wellygary:

 

Looks like you might need to get access to the standard to find the exact answer,

 

http://www.electricalforum.co.nz/index.php?action=more_details&id=1389052640

 

 

 

 

Thanks for the link, the 3m cone centred on the cylinder sounds like the answer. ie more than 1.5m horizontally from the cylinder.

 

Bumped into a electrician at work after I posted who looked it up and said that's what the red book says.

 

Also that it would be the same for larger current plug too.


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