In my case the bench saw, the bandsaw, the lathe, the kiln, the welder, the kettle, the TV, The DVD, The HiFi, the radio, the phone, a couple of lamps and the beer fridge took the first seven doubles.And then add extra for the kettle, toaster, tv, radio and if your not getting on with the wife, the bed side light.
How many ring circuits do you have for 49 sockets and what is your main breaker amperage?currently the workshop (used to be garage) has two double sockets...
about to have it rewired along with the storage next to it:
- circuit for tools
- circuit for the freezer and fridge-freezer
- circuit for normal plugs
- indoor lighting
- outdoor lighting
- outdoor plugs
spare circuits - we have a 10 slot consumer board in there wired in properly
I think that we are at 98 plug sockets (49 doubles) across all circuits at the last count...
Key has been redundancy in that it is easier to do now rather than add later - so we have some at ceiling height, some at waist height and then spares in parts of the building where nothing is currently planned, but where we could put something one day...