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Separate grounding device is usually installed for them which is also connected to the main grounding contour of the building.
The grid analysis module: Calculates the current diffused by every element of conductor in the grounding grid.
An EMI audit is essential to determine EMI grounding problems.
But safety-code representatives emphasized that to maintain protection against fires and electrocution -- the reason for electrical grounding in the first place -- such a current-interrupting insulator must be placed more than 10 feet outside the point at which the pipes enter a building, recalls Donald Cushman, who directs EMF programs for Rochester (N.Y.) Gas and Electric Co.
He made all connections with the Cadweld exothermic welding system, which he has always used for his grounding work.
(*) If double insulation is present, the tool will not have a 3-wire, grounding cord.
But there's a new development in grounding rack-mounted equipment.
One other good grounding tip Is to do a monthly test of the grounding wire to make sure it's in good shape.
MAKE SURE THE GROUNDING ROD IS CLEAN, GREASE, OIL, PAINT AND CORROSION ON THE ROD MAKE IT A POOR CONDUCTOR.
Not paying attention to path impedance--resistance to current flow--when you lay out and attach the grounding strap.
Each telescoping mast NSN 6230-00-3868939, needs two 3-ft lengths and one 155-ft length of #8 AWG green the floodlights, NSN 6230 grounding wire, NSN 6145 01-131 3818.
Shop power supplies are often installed by folks who are not aware of the need to have the chassis and the negative terminal of the voltage source bonded together and connected to the station ground for proper grounding. This could lead to a shock hazard, arcing of the chassis to the work bench or other grounded item, or RF burns.