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Appleton Electric
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3/4 IN 45DEG LFMC CONN W/LUG
Part #: ST-4575L
3/4 IN 45DEG LFMC CONN W/LUG
1/2 IN INSUL LFMC CONN W/LUG
Part #: STB-50L
1/2 IN INSUL LFMC CONN W/LUG
3/4 IN INSUL LFMC CONN W/LUG
Part #: STB-75L
3/4 IN INSUL LFMC CONN W/LUG
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#4 Copper Lay-In Lug
Part #: 90572
#4 Copper Lay-In Lug
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Jumper Kits, Front to Back Rail,20",EA
Part #: CGJ620U
Jumper Kits, Front to Back Rail,20",EA
12 TON HYDRAULIC CRIMP HEAD, 9.75lbs,EA
Part #: CT-920CH/CCP
12 TON HYDRAULIC CRIMP HEAD, 9.75lbs,EA
ZnCblng,CabJmprGroundKit,GR/YL,EA
Part #: PZWMCGK
ZnCblng,CabJmprGroundKit,GR/YL,EA
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  • Grounding and Bonding
    Grounding and Bonding

    Available from Hubbell, this 16-page Grounding and Bonding guide outlines the products and systems required for a grounding network. This guide helps users with visual matching of lugs and grounding kits to mounting locations on busbars, it also features exclusive, color-coded product mounting dimensions. Matching colors indicate compatibility throughout the guide, making product selection easier.

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  • Bridgeport Fittings, Inc.
    705 Lordship Boulevard
    Stratford, CT 06615
    203-377-5944
  • IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
    1375 Park Avenue
    Sycamore, IL 60178
    800-435-0705

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  • Common Grounding Issues – Part 2
    Common Grounding Issues – Part 2

    In Part 1, we talked about the below-grade ground, or earthing. We looked at some of the approved grounding electrodes possible. This article concerns the installation of ground rods.

    Ground rod installation
    There should be at least two of them, no closer than six feet apart. The lengths recognized are 8 feet (minimum) and 10 feet.

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