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What is the difference between a copper-clad steel ground rod and a copper-clad steel ground electrode

21-01-2020

Although the copper-clad steel ground rod and copper-clad steel ground electrode are only a word different, many people think that the two products are not very different and they are often mixed into one when in use. This is actually a mistake. There is still a big difference between the two. What we call a ground electrode is a group of conductive elements placed in the ground or sea water.

Although the copper-clad steel ground rod and copper-clad steel ground electrode are only a word different, many people think that the two products are not very different and they are often mixed into one when in use. This is actually a mistake. There is still a big difference between the two.

The ground electrode we are talking about is a group of conductive elements placed in the ground or sea water. It can provide a low-impedance path between a point of the DC circuit and the ground, and has the ability to continuously pass current for a certain period of time.

A radon is a conductor or a combination of several conductors that is buried in the ground to connect to the ground. The ground electrode is the electrode that is in full contact with the ground to achieve connection with the ground. In the lightning protection project, multiple copper-clad steel ground rods of 2m and 1.5m length are nailed to the bottom of the trench with a depth of 800mm. Lead out of clad steel wire or bare copper wire.

The copper-clad steel ground rod is an individual. The conductor connected by multiple copper-clad steel ground rods becomes the copper-clad steel ground electrode, that is, the copper-clad steel ground rod is small, the copper-clad steel ground is extremely large, and the copper-clad steel ground electrode It is a general term for copper-clad steel metal grounding materials. Of course, their applications are similar. Copper-clad steel ground rods and copper-clad steel ground electrodes are used in copper-clad steel grounding materials. They are suitable for general environments and special environments that are humid, saline, acidic soils, and chemically corrosive media. They are widely used in power generation. Lightning protection grounding, antistatic grounding, protective grounding, and working grounding of power plants, substations, transmission towers, communication base stations, airports, railways, subway stations, various high-rise buildings, microwave relay stations, network rooms, petrochemical plants, oil storage and other places Wait.