Conducrete Earthing/Grounding Solution - Conducrete Conductive Concrete - DM100 DM050 - Installation
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Conducrete: Conductive Concrete ...
Conducrete: Conductive Concrete
Conducrete is a very effective earthing/grounding solution which addresses the challenges of any environment in terms of electrical safety, protection of valuable elements from theft and superior earthing performance.
Conducrete is a conductive concrete, which creates safe zones in areas where traditional methods are unsuitable, components stolen, or enhanced safety is required. Conducrete has many applications and a high theft-resistance of material elements.
Conducrete is provided in powder form and easy to install dry or mixed with water in a slurry format and pumped into the trench or hole. Conducrete also provides protection to any system where low impedance earthing/grounding is required.
Conducrete DM100 Standard Sized Bag 1 Bag 25kg
Conducrete DM050 Smaller Sized Bag 1 Bag 11.5kg
Conducrete Earthing/Grounding Solution - Wet
Industries Using Conducrete Earthing/Grounding Solution Include:
Oil and Gas
Industrial and Manufacturing
Institutional and Military
Conducrete Earthing/Grounding Solution Benefits & Features:
Theft Resistant and Maintenance Free
Conducrete protects underlying earthing and grounding systems from theft and sabbotage. Conducrete electrodes are maintenance free over their functional lifetime - no hydration or salt replacement required.
Environmentally Neutral/pH Neutral
Conducrete has no negative impact on the environment. Conducrete is also water impermeable and pH neutral - will not corrode copper conductors.
Long Life Expectancy
Conducrete can extend the life of earthing/grounding systems by 10 - electrodes will last in excess of 25 years.
Compressive Strength and Low Shrinkage
Conducrete has a compressive strength of 21MPa after 28 days - Conducrete electrodes are permanent (will not wash away and will withstand heavy fault currents). Conducrete testing yields shrinkage of 0.015% at 28 days - Conducrete bonds to the surrounding soil resulting in a superior electrode due to the constant contact with the surrounding soil.
High Voltage/Current Test Results
Conducrete electrodes withstood 1682V/688 amp fault for a duration of 500ms. Other earthing/grounding enhancement materials of lower compressive strength have exploded under these test conditions, rendering the protection system useless. Conducrete is the only earthing/grounding backfill that has documented evidence of high fault current withstand.
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