Selecting the correct unit to repair your meter box
How to choose the correct meter box repair unit?
To find the right meter box repair door and frame to cover the damaged GRP meter box measure height, width and depth. Make sure that you measure carefully, with measure carefully, without adding any extra area. The depth of the units is only what is protruding from the wall. Note whether the meter box you are replacing is gas or electric as we have different units for each. The R10 and R18, R28 and R7 Special extra deep.
If you are looking to repair both the gas and electric meter boxes, we have available these matching gas and electric meter box door and frame units: R10, R18, R28 and R7 Special extra deep.
After you’ve measured the three maximum dimensions of the damaged meter box, find them in the first column in the tables below and look across columns 2 and 3 to find the appropriate Ritherdon Door and Frame unit to repair your meter box.
Choose the correct Electricity Meter Box Repair
|Damaged meter box
|640 x 230 x 33||Slimline R7|
|623 x 542 x 97||R7 Extra Deep||Large R10 Extra Deep|
|670 x 500 x 80||Medium R10 Extra Deep||Large R10 Extra Deep|
|612 x 426 x 33||Small R17||Small R10|
|682 x 487 x 35||Medium R17||Medium R10|
|685 x 485 x 30||Medium R17||Medium R10|
|690 x 493 x 45||Medium R17||Medium R10|
|770 x 550 x 65||Large R17||Large R10 Extra Deep|
|793 x 565 x 33||Large R17||Large R10|
|828 x 279 x 60||Slimline R18|
|830 x 280 x 60||Slimline R18|
|595 x 409 x 60||R18E||Small R10 Extra Deep|
|595 x 410 x 60||R18E||Small R10 Extra Deep|
|600 x 400 x 220||R26|
|792 x 399 (metal)||R27||Large R10 Extra Deep|
|603 x 436 x 62||R28E||Small R10 Extra Deep|