Ashlok Earthing Electrodes

Earthing is the process of creating an alternative path for the flow of fault/excessive currents safely into the ground in the presence of minimal resistance or impedance.

The primary purpose of earthing is to reduce the risk of serious electric shock from current leaking into uninsulated metal parts of an appliance, power tool, or other electrical devices. In a properly earthed system, such leaking/fault current is carried away harmlessly while tripping the fuse. Earthing also provides protection from large electrical disturbances like lightning strikes and power surges. It also aids in the dissipation of hazardous static electrical charges.

Although most electrical systems have fuses or circuit breakers for protection against a fault current, the human body may be fatally electrocuted by a current of less than one ampere which is well below the point at which a fuse or breaker will operate. Earthing helps minimize such hazards from occurring.

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Pipe In Pipe Technology --PIP

Pioneered by ASHLOK in 1999 ,the Pipe In Pipe design incorporates the use of two pipes of co-axial diameters joined together for enhancing the service life and performance of the over allearthing system. The cavity in-between the electrodes is filled with crystalline conductive compounds IonFill or CompactFill for current dissipation and anti corrosive properties.

The electrode cross section has to be circular for the uniform distribution of fault current all around from electrode to earth

Available in the following sizes

Model Length M Inner Pipe Diameter, MM Outer Pipe Diameter, MM
ASEEL-19
2&3
29.6 x 2.6
48.4 x 3.2
ASEEL-39
2&3
42.4 x 2.6
76.3 x 3.2

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