Grounding Wire avoids the unsafe building up of static electricity, thus decreasing the chance of electric shock to personnel and damage to gear caused by fires or explosions. In the event of an electrical surge or irregular electrical current supply, the grounding wire transmits electricity to Earth instead of the electrical system. This system also comes in the form of Grounding pigtails that offer a safe electric route to the earth. These can be easily installed with a captive four-way combo head ground.
Used for installing grounding systems in homes before entering, Southwire's Bare Copper has a solid copper body with a soft-drawn temper. These are appropriate for installing in hook-up that is not insulated, jumpers and grounds in an electrical network. Solid and stranded bare copper of Classes AA and A are generally used for transmission and distribution applications that are overhead. Please request a quote if you want these products in large numbers.