I have a kitchen remodelling going under way recently. The renovator subcontracted an electrician to install new power outlets and wiring for the kitchen.
As part of the renovation, it will:
Add a new induction cooktop.
Replace my existing electric oven with a bigger one.
Here are their electrical characteristics:
Connected load 11.1 KW
Maximum current rating 46 Amps
Connected load 3.6 KW
Maximum current rating 15 Amps
The electricians came in and did some work. After they left, I realise they did not add any new circuit breaker to the existing circuit breaker box. As matter of fact, I don't know which circuit is used for the induction cooktop.
I live in Sydney, Australia.
I just want to know: Assuming they reuse one of the circuit to host both the cooktop and oven, is it safe? All the switches are of the same model: Clipsal RCBE220/30S except for the solar panel one.