ground ring

ground ring

A bare copper wire, laid underground in the shape of a loop around the exterior of a building; at the corners of the building and other appropriate locations, ground rods are installed and connected to the loop.
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And how delightful is a walk when the frozen ground rings beneath our swinging tread--when our blood tingles in the rare keen air, and the sheep-dogs' distant bark and children's laughter peals faintly clear like Alpine bells across the open hills
grounding electrode network (ground rods, ground ring or ground plates)
A radial electrodes connected to a ground ring bonded together is one sure way of dividing the lightning current [9].
The VSPA version consists of an integrated stainless steel ESD (electrostatic discharge) ground ring to provide exceptional tolerance to ESD events, and ultra-stiff package pins that result in a rugged sensor package suitable for heavy-use outdoor access or automotive applications.
The design also allows for the ability to have both a power and ground ring to provide enhanced electrical performance for today's high performance devices.
Tower ground ring to be bonded to the building ground ring at 2 locations.
for above ground and under ground ring main including interconnection, making pipe and testing as required in connection with providing reparing of wet riser system in g plus 10 storied resdl.
The very thin, fine pitch package with an exposed metallized heat feature allows for improved thermal performance and a ground ring option for enhanced electrical characteristics.
Approvals: Ul General Purpose, Fm Cass 1 Division 2 Qty Of 2: Pn Fdk:083g3256, 1/4 Inch -3/8 Inch, Hastelloy C Ground Rings (2 Per Meter) With Teflon Gaskets (3 Per Meter) & Ground Straps (2 Per Meter).
The escalation of violence and war crimes committed by both regime loyalists and rebel forces in addition to the arbitrary shelling of troops from the air and on the ground rings alarm bells, underlining the fact that if an urgent and viable solution to the worsening situation on the ground cannot be found, the death toll could rise to such frightening levels as 30,000 or 40,000 by the end of the year.