We are the leading manufacturers and suppliers of Copper Bonded Rods based in Gurgaon, Haryana. Copper Bonded Rods stand as one of the distinguished products. Copper Bonded Rods are of 205micron and are made up of low carbon steel and high tensile strength. Copper Bonded Rods don’t crack and provide corrosion resistance. Copper Bonded Rods has roll threads on the base to assist with extra strength.
Salient Features :
- Perfectly bonded rod will lost longer, drive easier and will not crack.Corrosion resistance while providing tee lowest resistance to ground.
- Threads are roll threading process, which ensure that when copper covers is maintained, at the root of the thread, Roll thread gives greater strength than cut thread.
- Threads rolling process raises the surface of the rod, so teat Thread dia. (T) is greater than Shank dia. (S)
- Earth rod/ Ground rod is an array of electrodes which is installed in the ground to provide a low resistance electrical path to groud or earth.
- In electrical engineering, ground or earth is the reference point in an electrical circuit from which other voltages are being measured or it is common return path for electric current or a direct physical connection to the Earth.
- Electrical circuits may be connected to ground / earth for several reasons. In mains poweredequipment, exposed metal parts are connected to ground or earth to prevent contact with a dangerous voltage if electrical insulation fails. Connections to ground, limit the build-up of static electricity when handling flammable products or electrostatic-sensitive devices.
- For measurement purposes, the Earth serves as a reasonably constant potential reference against which other potentials can be measured. An electrical grounding / earthing system should have an appropriate current-carrying capability to serve as an adequate zero-voltage reference level.
- In electronic circuit theory, a "ground" is usually idealized as an infinite source or sinks for charge, which can absorb an unlimited amount of current without changing its potential. Where a real ground connection has a significant resistance, the approximation of zero potential is no longer valid. Stray voltages or earth / ground potential rise effects will occur, which may create noise in signals or if large enough will produce an electric shock hazard.