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View attachment 16616My first thought was there's no seals on the meter or cut out that's irresponsible of them 🤣🤣🤣

So what is the current capacity of that size spoon?

I'm sure tables in Appendix 4 recommend a Table-Spoon is needed for fixed loads over 40amps?

But that is course not forgetting the x0.75 correction factor if the spoon has custard or ice-cream residue still on it...!!

And that arrangement is not acceptable as a switching / isolation device..
You have to use a knife with an Ivory Handle for switching or isolation....

So this installation has obviously opted for the cheap solution!!
Looks like they used the seal wire from the meter and cut out to clamp the spoon to the screws :)

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