Stainless steel enhanced grounding rods

Stainless steel enhanced ground rods contain special salts that help lower soil resistivity and are used in conjunction with ground enhancement material such as Ultrafill.

02/20/2008


Stainless steel enhanced grounds rodsalso overcome many of the problems caused by galvanic corrosion which can take place between dissimilar metals buried in close proximity such as copper clad ground grounds and guy anchors. Some other applications for these grounding rods are areas with acidic soils, airports, pipe lines, power plants, and other industrial sites. For more about the 300 series from Harger, click here .





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