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EARTHING

An earthing (grounding) is designed to safeguard lives and valuable equipment when lightning occurs. It plays a vital role in an electrical and lightning protection system. It is installed to:

  1. remove leakage or stray electricity from unwanted areas
  2. protects valuable equipments, properties and human lives
  3. conduct away static electricity from charge bodies
  4. direct lightning current to the ground through pre-determined paths

The most economical, reliable and widely accepted systems is the using of electrode (earth rod). It is made from a strong steel core bonded with layer of pure copper jacket. This type of electrode provides high mechanical strength, good electrical conductivity and resistance corrosion. Earth rods with radical thickness of copper of 250 microns have installed service life of 20 to 25 years under normal soil condition.

 

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