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PVC Water Pipes Not For Grounding

The Importance of a Bonded Ground System: Is it possible to use an outside spigot to ground a satellite dish when the underlying plumbing in our new house is PVC?

The Importance of a Bonded Ground System
Is it possible to use an outside spigot to ground a satellite dish when the underlying plumbing in our new house is PVC?

This electrical question came from: Steve, a Homeowner from Katy, TX

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Steve.

Bonded Ground System

That is the problem Steve,

The Following links will assist you with your electrical question:

For more information about Grounding
Electrical Grounding
Electrical Grounding Methods and Requirements
Electrical Grounding Methods and Requirements
Listing of electrical codes for grounding with examples of electrical grounding codes for home electrical wiring.


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