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Leading The Nation Towards Electrical Safety
A Flexible and Reliable Solution for your Earthing System: Copper
Bonded Rod
In today’s developing area, safety is major concern for development in
right direction. This safety not only includes human being safety but also
involves safety of area and document safety. In the concept of safety the
major safety is the area in which you live and for this proper earthing
plays a vital role in all electrical systems.

Basically, the major important part of earthing involves Copper Boded
Rod and a correct design, installation technique is the most important
thing for a safe and reliable earthing techniques. If we consider an
earthing connection, one should have following points to take in mind:
 Earthing should posses low electrical resistance to earth
 A good earthing should have good corrosion resistance
 It should have an ability to carry high current in a continuous
order
 It should have reliable life

Leading The Nation Towards Electrical Safety
The major need to achieve proper earthing solution depends on
condition of Soil. Majorly, maintaining resistivity of the soil is very
important in the concept of earthing. The three factors affecting the
resistivity of a soil condition are:
 The major content of the moisture in the soil
 The major ratio defining the chemical composition of the soil
 The temperature which is maintained of the soil

Basically, the moisture which is maintained in the soil defines the
resistivity of the soil. As the resistivity of the soil defines the moisture
content of the soil i.e. in the case of increment of the salt content in the
soil reduces the resistivity where as the reducement of the temperature in
the soil increases the resistivity of the soil.

Leading The Nation Towards Electrical Safety

In the case of proper earthing, the next most important point to be
considered is the selection of the correct earth electrodes. A soil
resistivity varies as per the depth of the soil, the greater the depth of the
soil is; the lower the resistivity is found. The next factor which effects
the earthing is earth rod. Here we discuss about the copper bonded rod,
which is globally recognized because of its wide acceptance. Our copper
bonded rod is molecularly bonded with 99.9% pure copper. The process
by which we make our copper bonded rod ensures a long lasting
molecular bond between the copper layer and steel core. Due to our
special feature of copper bonded rod, our copper bonded rod does not
slip or tear when driven neither it crack while bending which makes us
apart from other manufacturers.


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