Articles about Grounding
How to Splice Ground Wires for Making Connections: Splicing Electrical Wires – This page shows a series of photos that demonstrate how to use a crimp sleeve for making pigtails to be used for grounding.
How to Ground a Light Fixture
Can I install a cooper grounding rod inside a basement instead of outside of the house by the electrical panel? How to Install a Ground Rod for an Electrical Service.
I have outlets that are not grounded, what should I do? How to Ground Outlets and GFI Receptacles.
Electrical Question about 3-Phase 220 Volt Wiring: The circuit is 220 volt, 3 phase, 60 cycles. The terminal landings are marked L1, L2, L3 and PE.
How to Bond The Ground: I Need to Place A Disconnect Between A Radial Saw And The Main Power Breaker.
How Grounds and Neutrals are Configured in Electrical Panels – Why Grounds and Neutrals are Bonded at the Main Electrical Panel – The main electrical panel or the main source of the electrical power is where the neutral and grounds are bonded together.
Methods for Grounding Metallic Electrical Conduits – In some installations there will be bonding devices that will be required for proper bonding. So as long as these measures are in place then this should not have an effect on the performance of the GFCI outlet.
How an Earth Ground System is Installed and Bonded to Electrical Services
How to Ground an Outlet that Does not have a Ground Wire
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?
New Construction and Ground Rods: What is the current code for ground rods on new construction?
It seems that all of my outlets on the second floor do not have a ground. I have a “smart” power strips that show “no ground” and the bathroom GCFI is tripped…
I was wondering if I could just run a jumper from the neutral at each receptacle to the ground terminal…
To attach these pieces taking into consideration the fragile nature of the feed through and the torque that will be applied…
Intended use of an electrical device is just what it means and altering it…