Earthing

EARTHING

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Earthing

Pipe Earthing

Pipe earthing, also known as rod earthing, is a common method of grounding used to protect electrical systems and equipment from the effects of fault currents and lightning strikes. This type of earthing system involves driving a metal pipe, typically made of galvanized steel or copper, into the ground to create a low-resistance path for the dissipation of electrical currents.

Key Features:

      1. Effective Grounding 
      2. Low-Resistance Path
      3. Reliability and Durability
      4. Easy Installation and Maintenance

Plate Earthing

Plate earthing, also known as strip earthing or flat earthing, is another common method of grounding used in electrical installations. This type of earthing system involves burying a metal plate, typically made of copper or galvanised steel, in the ground to provide a low-resistance path for the dissipation of electrical currents.

Key Features:

    1. Large Surface Area
    2. Adaptability to Various Soil Conditions
    3. Resistance to Corrosion
    4. Ease of Installation and Maintenance

Whether you choose pipe earthing or plate earthing, our experienced team will work closely with you to design and implement an earthing system that meets your specific requirements and ensures the safety and reliability of your electrical installations. With our expertise and commitment to quality, you can trust that your property and equipment will be effectively grounded and protected against electrical hazards.