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Topic # 225856 8-Dec-2017 01:45
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Hey guys, I am looking for electrical supplies for my house project. So far I have purchased and installed 2x networking equipment cabinets and have a space for the new switchboard. Wanting to purchase:

 

  • Cable tray for use in my roof (likely to screw to rafters/ceiling joists etc.)
  • Various gauges of 2 core wire for 48v/12v DC distribution
  • Other miscellaneous supplies I am sure I will need

Anyone have any suggested suppliers? Doesn't seem as simple as going online and finding listed products/price :)






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  Reply # 1914977 8-Dec-2017 07:15
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Have used these guys in the past, very good. https://www.electricaldirectltd.co.nz/

 

John





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  Reply # 1919879 14-Dec-2017 21:21
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I have used them before they are pretty good fast delivery

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  Reply # 1919914 14-Dec-2017 22:35
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Auckland based?

Go and open a cash account at Active Electrical. Extremely helpful and don't have rip off pricing for Joe blogs unlike Russell's & corys

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  Reply # 1919949 15-Dec-2017 02:45
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chevrolux: Auckland based?

Go and open a cash account at Active Electrical. Extremely helpful and don't have rip off pricing for Joe blogs unlike Russell's & corys

 

1+ Active are good guys they are also In Hamilton, Tauranga and Whangarei.

 

 


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  Reply # 1919960 15-Dec-2017 07:14
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chevrolux: Auckland based?

Go and open a cash account at Active Electrical. Extremely helpful and don't have rip off pricing for Joe blogs unlike Russell's & corys

 

Thanks for that, It is good to know someware else to go.

 

John





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  Reply # 1919965 15-Dec-2017 07:28

They are also down here in the Mainland!


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