Chemical earthing is in which we use highly conductive chemical compounds instead of salt and coal. The salt used in usual earthing methods can get dissolved in water and result in corrosion of the GI pipe over time, also they lose their conductivity over time.
Copper GI Plates
In plate earthing, an earthing plate made of copper or G.I. is buried into the ground at a depth more than 3 metres from the ground level. This earthing plate is embedded in an alternative layer of coke and salts. Strip earthing is used in transmission processes.
In plate earthing, a galvanized iron plate or a copper plate is used to connect all the electrical conductors to the earth. The plate is not placed at a depth more than three meters or ten feet from the ground level. This method is somewhat costly and requires maintenance.
Earthing is defined as “the process in which the instantaneous discharge of the electrical energy takes place by transferring charges directly to the earth through low resistance wire.” Low resistance earthing wire is chosen to provide the least resistance path for leakage of fault current.
This GI Earthing Flat is manufactured by using the best quality raw material. This GI Earthing Flat is reliable and is able to bear effects of high temperature and pressure quite easily.