Supplementary bonding c**k up

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Coming toward the end of a bathroom re-fit and forgot to put any supplementary bonding in, the old stuff was removed when the bathroom was gutted. The flooring is down and the wall tiles are all on, so running the earth wire behind the wall is not possible. Is it ok to have an earth clamp on each pipe, with an individual wire running under the floor into the airing and connecting to an earth block

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/11385/Electrical-Supplies/Earthing/8-Way-Earth-Block

Or does it need to be one unbroken wire connecting all the pipes together?

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Russ
 
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you mean hot cold pipes to bath sink etc?
If so as long as all the circuits in the bathroom is protected by an rcd i thought you dont have to bond pipe work in there.
 
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