Earthing System


COPPER ELECTRODES


A JMV’s Copper Bonded Grounding Rods (Copper Claded Rods) is a product that helps in dissipating the fault current to help your assets being damaged from the hazards of fault current. The copper clad rods are molecularly bonded with 99.99% pure Electrolytic Copper (Cu) over a low carbon tensile steel rod, with the thickness of 250 micron copper coating. The low carbon tensile steel comply with BS 970 & AISI 1018 that has great capacity of being stretched or extended at least up to 600 N/mm2. The steel rods are extremely opposed to oxidization and add a lot of strength & longevity to grounding system. The copper used in the earthing rods conform to BS 4360 grade 43A. Each earth rod is treated with advanced technologies to prevent oxidation of copper bonding. For effective use in the extreme soil condition such as high salt or moisture content, the copper provides high corrosion resistance and exceptionally long life to the steel rods. The copper layer is bonded to steel core through an electrolytic process that ensures a perfect and tough bonding between the steel and the copper.


Features

  • CPRI Tested
  • Continuous electroplating processing
  • Continuous electroplating processing
  • Variable choices are manufactured as required by the customers
  • Values over the life of the product
  • Reduced installation area and time

Advantages

  • Upto 250 micron Cu Bonded on Steel
  • Life Span: Due to 250 micron Cu Bonded life is much more than GI & Cu Earthing Rods
  • High Conductivity with High Strength
  • Highly Reliable in long Span

Applications

  • Efficient Grounding Systems reduce the risk of electrical arcing and fires.
  • Lightning protection systems.
  • Prevention of accidents caused by static charge and stray currents.
  • Protection of central communications, electronics, and AC power systems.
  • Safeguarding critical instrumentation and process control equipment.

Industries

  • Petrochemical, LNG, and nuclear facilities.
  • Data centers, telecom, and broadcasters.
  • Process control and automation.
  • Corrections, hospitals, and 911 centers.
  • Government, military, and defense installations.