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Large 3 Phase Recessed / Large Permali Recessed Electric Meter Box Door (735 x 507mm)

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EDP0004
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Quick Overview

Our largest meter box replacement door suitable for the Large Permali/ 3-Phase electrical meter box. This door is supplied with hinges, lock and key.

Dimensions

  • Height: 738mm
  • Width: 508mm
£54.72 £45.60

    Our largest meter box replacement door suitable for the Large Permali/ 3-Phase electrical meter box. This door is supplied with hinges, lock and key.

    Dimensions

    • Height: 738mm
    • Width: 508mm

    Specifications

    • Compliant to British Standard BS 8566: 2012
    • Fire retardant to BS 476, Part. 7, 1997, Class 2
    • Replacement door for large 3 phase recessed meter box (also known as large Permali recessed meter box)
    • Constructed from GRP – Glass Reinforced Plastic
    • Suitable for all meters including prepay and smart
    • Will not corrode, weather resistant
    • Easily cleaned and can be painted
    • Hinges on right

    Fitting instructions

    • The right hand side of the box has pre-drilled holes into which the door pins are inserted
    • Hold the door upright and insert the solid stainless steel pin into the bottom recess
    • Insert the bottom stainless steel pin into the pre-drilled hole on the bottom of the meter box
    • Close the door as normal and lock

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    More Information
    Height (mm)735
    Width (mm)507
    TypeElectric
    Meter Box FitRecessed
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    Detailed fitting instructions are supplied with each product and are also downloadable from each product page. For a quick overview on how to fit a meter box door we've created a video guide.
    Published in: Meter Box Doors
    No. All meter boxes are designed to get installed in one particular way. For example, the hinges are on the left- hand side on a UK Standard Recessed Electric Meter Box, so the door must get hinged on the left-hand side. However, in certain circumstances, especially if replacing an older damaged box or renovating older houses, technically it can be fitted upside down. However, you will be to confirm with your meter equipment provider that they are happy for you to install their equipment that... Read more
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