Chapter Nine: BELOW-GRADE EARTHING


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Chapter Nine: BELOW-GRADE EARTHING
10106001010401 Chapter Nine: BELOW-GRADE EARTHINGMany Codes divide earthing into two distinct areas: equipment earthing and system earthing. Equipment earthing is the process of connecting above-grade equipment to the earth. In other words, how to properly bond earthing wires to equipment and route them through conduits, circuit-breaker boxes, and so on. System earthing is the process of intentionally making an electrical connection to the earth itself. This is the actual connection of metal to soil, and the minimum standards by which this connection is made. This process is often referred to as "earthing."The goal of this chapter is to provide a basic k…
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David R. Stockin: McGraw-Hill's Guide to UK Wiring Standards for Earthing & Bonding. Chapter Nine: BELOW-GRADE EARTHING, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export