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Hello, I am in the process of replacing an electric shower for a customer. I’ve come across some equipotential bonding within the shower and was just wondering why this is there?

Can it be removed or does it have to stay?

Thanks
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Has to stay it’s because of the copper pipe in the shower area eg being able to touch it

What’s with the silver foil tape :D ?
 

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