Aplifill is a highly hygroscopic compound and retains moisture around the conductor when used to fill any excavation made for soil replacement. Available in a Graphite Powder mixture or Clay mixture.
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A lack of free ions in the surrounding ground is detrimental to the correct performance of the earthing. Earthing systems using dynamic electrodes are based on the contribution of ions to the ground.
The system mainly consists of a copper electrode (APLIROD®) filled with a mixture of ionic compounds. The moisture condenser absorbs environmental moisture and dissipates it in the soil surrounding the electrode, adding free ions and gradually lowering the resistivity of the soil.
Copperbond earth rods of a high quality which comply with even the most demanding regulations in order to achieve long-lasting earthing.
Electrolytically coated with copper which is 254 µm thick and 99.9% pure, with a proven resistance to corrosion. This type of electrolytic coating prevents cracks or fissures, which may be caused in the outer layer of the earth rods with mechanical coating.
Using the appropriate accessories, threaded copperbond earth rods enable the electrode to extend in order to obtain better earth resistances.
Mesh earthing systems are a more cost-effective option than earth plates and still work well in stony ground, reducing the step or contact voltages that may occur.
To be installed horizontally.
Recommended to avoid step voltages in public buildings with low resistivity soil.
CONDUCTIVER PLUS is a ground enhancing gel with low solubility which is, nonetheless, very hygroscopic.
CONDUCTIVER PLUS is characterised by:
Its capacity to create partially ionized electrolytes, with a high charge and capacity to retain water and form gels.
Remaining in the ground for a long time, thanks to the formation of bonds with the particles.
Increasing the conductivity of the ground for one year (considering rainfall of 700 litres/m2 ).
Not causing corrosion of the earth electrod
Being totally ecological.
APLICEM increases the conductive surface of the earth electrode, reducing the earthing resistance of the loose electrode. Additionally, resistance remains stable regardless of soil moisture. Therefore, costs are reduced as it requires fewer boreholes for appropriate resistance. Moreover, as it is an inert material, it prevents any corrosion forming on the electrode.