- Bonding and grounding clips and clamps are used to secure bonding and grounding wire to grounding surfaces, helping control static charge, prevent static buildup, and reduce the risk of electric shock to workers. They are commonly used to replace worn or broken parts in terminated bonding and grounding wire.
- Terminated bonding and grounding wire come with clips or clamps attached at the ends to secure the wire to grounding surfaces. They help prevent buildup of static electricity to prevent damage to equipment and reduce the risk of electric shock to workers. They are typically used with drums, barrels, and pails in hazardous-liquid filling and transfer applications, such as transferring fuel from a large barrel to a gas can.
- Bare copper grounding wire is a stranded wire without insulation or a jacket that is used to connect a circuit to a grounding rod in the earth. It is installed in parallel to hot and neutral wires in the circuit, providing a direct path for electrical current to follow to the ground in the event of a wiring problem, helping prevent electric shock. It is commonly used to ground service entrance panels to ground bars and rods, or to bond reinforced concrete structures together.
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