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What is the difference between clean earth and dirty earth?

Dirty Earth is a connection between all the AC electrical Earth and Clean Earth is an earth which is used for DC power. Both of this two earth will eventually connect together at the service point where it is going to go to the earth Net or wells. view more

What is the difference between conventional lightning arrester and ESE?
A Conventional Lightning Rod (Spike Arrester) or lightning conductor is a metal rod or conductor mounted on top of a building and electrically connected to the ground through a wire or earthing copper strips, to protect the building in the event of a lightning strike.

An ESE lightning rod with an Early Streamer Emission system has as a target anticipate it to the lightning strike, in order to protect all the rest of the area.view more
What is the difference between conventional earthing material and Earth Enhancing Compound?
A conventional earthing material is often used to reduce the resistance between the soil and earth-electrode (earth rod or earth mat) by retaining moisture.

Earth Enhancing Compounds is a synthetic material manufactured specifically for earthing purposes. Utilizing specific raw materials and minerals, mixed in carefully controlled ratios. view more
What is earthing and Why do I need earthing?

Earthing can be defined in 5 different ways based on utility:
Fault return path
Shield from the field
Equipotential surface
Reference to protection
Energy dilution system. view more

What are the affects of lightning on life and assets?
Lightning damages the life as well as assets. It kills people directly close to trees or the ground. The kind of lightning that usually hits people is cloud to ground lightning. Lightning can affect all organs in the body. A lightning strike can give you cardiac arrest which is when your heart stops beating. view more
What do you mean by Electromagnetic induction?
Electromagnetic or magnetic induction is the production of an electromotive force (i.e., voltage) across an electrical conductor due to its dynamic interaction with a magnetic field.view more
What is the difference between Magnetic Field and Magnetic Flux?
Magnetic field strength is more a measure of current, Magnetic field strength does not incur force. Magnetic flux density does. In another analogy, it's similar to the relationship between electric field intensity (E) and electric flux density (D), except backward.
How lightning protection systems work?
A lightning protection system includes a network of air terminals to capture the lightning strikes, down conductors as a dedicated path for lightning energy to travel, and ground electrodes as an energy dilution system, which provides a low impedance path to ground for potential strikes. view more