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Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Ardent, May 5, 2007.

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  1. Ardent

    Ardent Guest

    Hi Friends

    My host here at Trivandrum (capital of Kerala State, called Gods own
    country, India - yes the place is really glorious) runs a small
    factory and wants to produce earthing kits.

    He says the galvanized iron pieces that are normally used in this wet
    and hot climate get rusted in no time and become poor conductors.
    Copper too gets thick greenish coatings with the same effect.

    My host is actually doing small things using stainless steel and needs
    to know how he can about making stainless steel earthing kits that
    will last longer than the steel and copper ones - different types
    according to usage.

    Google search has thrown dome information on grounding but not much of
    help in tnis instance :-(

    Does anyone already manufacture stainless steel earthing products
    Stateside or Europe?

    Any leads, links welcome.

    Frankly I myself am not of much help. Though I dabble in electronics
    occasionally it is more a hobby. But I am a regular here as well as
    SED and I have seen post earlier on earthing and thought I can get
    help here.

    Many thanks for your time and help.
     
  2. Ardent

    Ardent Guest

    Thanks for the information, Mike, it was quite useful.

    Thanks again for your time,

    Archer
     
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