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The copper-clad steel grounding rod is made of high-quality


The copper-clad steel grounding rod is made of high-quality low-carbon steel with a good softness and a carbon content of 0.10%-0.30%. The high-conductivity electrolytic copper is uniformly covered on the surface of the round steel by a special process, and the thickness is 0.25-0.5mm. The process can effectively slow down the oxidation speed of the grounding rod in the ground. The grounding rod can be divided into two types: single and combined. The single one can be flat on one end and can be threaded on one end and the other end. The thread on the roll is threaded by the thread groove of the roll to maintain the tight connection between steel and copper, ensuring high strength and excellent electrical grounding performance. The product has been widely used in the grounding system of electric power, petrochemical, transportation, civil construction, large mechanical equipment, and has the characteristics of long service life, economy and excellent electrical conductivity.

Main rod: The grounding rod is made of high-quality cold-drawn steel, and copper is used outside the special equipment (thickness is 0.3~0.5MM, containing 99.9% copper) to ensure its excellent electrical conductivity and mechanical strength. The product has excellent performance. Corrosion resistance.2. Connecting pipe: The connecting rod between the rod and the rod can be connected with copper, which has the best anti-corrosion effect. The rods are in close contact with the rods, and the driving force acts directly on the ground rods when the ground rods are driven into the ground or drilled into the ground with a drive drill. Divided into threaded and non-threaded connections.
3. Drive head: Made of high-strength alloy steel, it can ensure that the driving force is smoothly penetrated into the ground.
4. Alloy tip: to ensure that it enters the underground under complex geological conditions.