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Appleby SB631 47mm Dry Lining Wall Back Box 2 Gang

Brand: Appleby
Condition: New
Product Code: SB631
Weight: 0.2kg
RRP: £1.99
Price Inc VAT : £1.95
Price Ex. VAT : £1.63

Appleby SB631 47mm Dry Lining Box 2 Gang

Internal Dry lining/plasterboard plastic back box. Often referred to as a pattress box, this product is a type of container that is used with electrical applications. Commonly used with the installation of light switches & Electrical Plug Outlet Sockets, this type of box provides the containment of the portion of the electrical equipment that is found within the wall, protecting the components from damage over time. In some cases, the box is mounted on the wall surface, serving to shield the wiring and components from exposure to dust & other potential contaminants.

  • 2 Adjustable Yellow Holding Lugs
  • Large flange to prevent slipping into cavity
  • Allows 6.35mm to 15mm plaster board depth
  • 2 x 20mm side knockouts as required
  • 1 x 25mm base knockout as required

The pattress box is a simple device that looks much like any type of box. Equipped with a bottom and four sides, the container fits neatly against what is known as a pattress plate. When installed correctly, the box is more or less sealed, providing a level of protection to the contents. In terms of construction, a pattress may be composed of a durable plastic or some type of metal. In residential situations that normally call for the box to be within the wall, it is not unusual for plastic containers to be utilised. Metal containers are often used in commercial or manufacturing settings where it is deemed a good idea to have access to the electrical wiring without the need to extract it from the interior area of a wall.

The pattress is known by a number of other names. When the wall is composed of plasterboard or some type of timber construction rather than brick or cement blocks, it may be referred to as a plasterboard box. While the name may change, the essential function of the pattress remains the same, any questions? Please call the team on 01342 821 433 or email: sales@theinternetelectricalstore.com

Depth = 47mm

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