What Is a Single Core Cable?

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A single core cable consists of stranded conductors twisted together and housed in a PVC covering. It comes as a 6 mm sq. single core, colour coded green and yellow, and is used for supplementary earth bonding.
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A Single core cable consist of stranded conductors twisted together and housed in a PVC covering. 6 mm sq. single core, colour coded green and yellow, is used for supplementary earth bonding.
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