Purpose of Grounding the System
Grounding: The process of making a planned, continuous, connection between NONCURRENT CARRYING parts of the electrical wiring installation and the earth and some other conducting body.
Grounded: Describes the act of being connected to the earth or some other conduction body that serves in place of the earth.
Bonding: Process in which all NON-CURRENT CARRYING METALLIC parts of the electrical wiring system are permanently joined together to form a CONTINUOUS grounding path.
Parts of the Electrical System
The Grounding Electrode System
Use of Bonding Jumper
Metal Underground Water Pipe
Concrete Encased Electrode
Rod and Pipe Electrodes
When more than one electrode grounding rod is used:
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