These technologies increase the equipment's lifespan, ensure worker safety, require no maintenance, and lower the cost of maintenance. The Sabo made chemical earthing system ensures a smooth flow of ground dissipation by offering a low resistance path in the ground to any fault and leakage currents.
The primary earthing electrode (outer pipe) and secondary earthing electrode make up the sabo earthing electrode (inner pipe). The main electrode is placed within the secondary electrode, and hot dip galvanization is successfully completed to a thickness of 80-100 microns. In order to protect the earthing rods from corrosion when they come into touch with the soil, galvanization is done.
A highly conductive and non-corrosive material is properly inserted into the area between the outer and inner pipes to prevent the earthing electrode from corroding over time beneath the soil. Additionally, the conductive material guarantees that leakage or fault current will be distributed evenly if it contacts the earthing electrode.
The earthing electrode has two permanently sealed ends and a lead termination at the top with two holes for connecting to a load or piece of equipment.
Backfill materials are chosen to install with the earthing electrode in accordance with the soil conditions. For typical soil conditions, Reslow grounding minerals are chosen, while Carbofill grounding minerals are chosen for rocky/sandy soil conditions.