• Pune - 412105

GI (Galvanized Iron) Earthing Electrodes

We are Manufacturer, Supplier, Exporter of GI Earthing Electrodes. And our setup is situated in Pune, Maharashtra, India.


  • TES is amongst the pioneers in Safe GI Earth Electrodes company.
  • Our TES Earth Electrodes ensure longer life to equipment and machines , safety of humans.
  • Completely maintenance free hence eliminating maintenance cost.
  • Best quality Crystalline conductive compound is pressurized filled and ensuring highest conductivity to withstand any leakage current.
  • TES GEM PLUS Back fill compound is responsible to make Electrode surrounding moisture hitch and creating easy path to current.
  • Depending upon the soil , back fill compounds are selected to ensure rich moisture area around Electrode.
  • Hot Dip galvanization is performed to ensure the longer life of the earth electrodes to protect from corrosion.

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Galvanized Iron (GI) Earth Electrodes are essential components in the electrical grounding system of buildings, industrial plants, and other structures. These electrodes are made of galvanized iron or steel, which provides excellent corrosion resistance and durability. In this article, we will explore the unique features of GI Earth Electrodes and how they are used in different applications.

One of the primary benefits of GI Earth Electrodes is their ability to resist corrosion. Corrosion is a natural process that occurs when metals come into contact with moisture and oxygen in the environment. This process can weaken the metal and lead to failures in the grounding system. However, by galvanizing the iron or steel, a layer of zinc is applied to the surface, providing a protective barrier against corrosion.

GI Earth Electrodes are also highly durable and can withstand harsh environmental conditions. These electrodes are designed to be driven deep into the ground, where they provide a low-resistance path for electrical current to flow to the earth. The galvanized coating on the electrode helps to protect it from damage during the installation process and ensures that it remains intact over the lifetime of the grounding system.

Another unique feature of GI Earth Electrodes is their ability to provide a low-impedance connection to the earth. Impedance is the measure of the opposition to the flow of electrical current in a circuit. A low-impedance connection to the earth is important because it helps to reduce the risk of electrical shock, equipment damage, and electrical interference. GI Earth Electrodes are designed to have a low-impedance connection by ensuring that the electrode is driven deep enough into the ground to reach the layer of soil that has a low resistivity.

GI Earth Electrodes are used in a wide range of applications, including residential, commercial, and industrial settings. In residential applications, GI Earth Electrodes are used to provide a safe path for electrical current to flow to the earth, protecting people and equipment from electrical shock and damage. In commercial and industrial applications, GI Earth Electrodes are used to protect sensitive electronic equipment from electrical interference and to provide a stable grounding reference for measurement and control systems.

In addition to their use in the electrical grounding system, GI Earth Electrodes are also used in lightning protection systems. Lightning strikes can cause significant damage to buildings and equipment, and GI Earth Electrodes are an essential component in protecting against these types of events. When lightning strikes a building, the current flows through the GI Earth Electrode and into the ground, dissipating the energy and protecting the building and its occupants from harm.




Models

Electrode Length
in mm

Electrode Diameter
in mm

Electrode
Inner Strip

Terminal Size
in mm

Conductive
Minerals Filled

TES GI 4820

2000

48

40

40x06

Yes

TES GI 4830

3000

48

40

40x06

Yes

TES GI 7620

2000

76

50

50x06

Yes

TES GI 7630

3000

76

50

50x06

Yes



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