Can anyone point me in the direction of DNV rules regarding the use of wire nuts? I have piles of crimp connectors (the same style as your typical wire nut), but was told twist on wire connectors were not allowed.
Google revealed this, but it isn’t really helpful.
a) Splicing of cables by using a kit or system from a recognised manufacturer is accepted.
b) The two cables spliced shall have the same basic construction.
Splicing is meant as the direct continuation of cable lengths and
not transfer into a distribution box.
The splicing kit should contain the following as minimum:
- connectors for conductors, of correct size
- splicing instructions.
802 Splicing in junction boxes
a) Junction boxes may be used for splicing of cables when
the following is complied with:
c) All conductors shall be connected in permanently fixed