Glienke - Deep grounding rods (hot-dip galvanised or stainless steel)
A grounding system consists of a deep grounding tip, multiple grounding rods connected together and a connecting piece or connecting clip.
The grounding system is connected up via a ball press connection. For this purpose, the top end of the rod is twisted into a pin with an inserted steel ball. The lower end of the rod has a drilled hole for inserting the pin on the next grounding rod or the grounding tip. The rods are connected by simply placing them on top of one another and hitting them together. This ensures that the ball securely pressed into the tip creates an unbreakable ball press connection. Intermediate metal inserts used in standard grounding systems are not required. This ball press connection creates a proper electrical contact and the best possible mechanical connection.
Areas of use:
Mast systems, communication technology, transformer systems, lightning protection systems, electrical systems, ...
- For grounding in all types of soil, except bedrock
- The grounding resistance is dependent on the type of soil, humidity and temperature
- The resistance can be measured immediately after driving in the rods because the structure of the soil is not disturbed by the installation process.
The service life of galvanised deep grounding rods is limited in very aggressive soils. In these cases, earthing materials made out of stainless steel V4A steel are a tried-and-tested solution.
Deep grounding rods Ø 20 mm (hot-dip galvanised or stainless steel)
|Description||Rod Ø (mm)||Material||Surface||Item no.||kg/piece||Product
|Deep grounding rod, type 20/1500||20||S275||hot-dip galvanised||3-120||3,70||Data sheet|
|Deep grounding rod, stainless steel V4A type 20/1500||20||V4A||untreated||3-120 V4A||3,70||Data sheet|
Deep grounding rods Ø 25 mm (hot-dip galvanised or stainless steel)
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