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Old 30.05.2021, 22:01
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Re: Washing machine installation

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Actually you're not even allowed to do that (three phase wiring), so if you do then don't tell anyone...

In the UK you can buy adapters that look like a regular extension lead but with each socket connected to a different phase. Not sure if you can get that here (i.e. T25 plug to 3x T13 sockets) other than the bulky "Baustromverteiler" units.

Water connection however is easy - most sinks already have the necessary bit to attach the water outlet from an appliance, and if not then it's pretty simple to fit one.
Oh... I had no idea ! thanks for letting me know...
I had that https://www.distrelec.ch/de/netzstec...UaAkAtEALw_wcB

however I now want to plug 4x240V into 1x400V line ... and use all three phases to spread the load

for water - issue is that when both washing machines would run 100% dirty water out - there is not enough capacity to push the water down - not an issue for washing machines - but there be 2 more pipes from tumbler's condensation pumps and I'd not want dirty water reach the pump ...counting on air in the pipe and water-seal at the tumbler-pump may be costly