They did not die from poor grounding. They died from poor bonding.I'm frustrated. We've had at least 12 soldiers die of electrocution due to poor grounding. The pressure is on us to make sure we have it and rightfully so. We are having a hard time getting it and I am looking for some suggestions.
What makes a good ground? if you dont have the right equipment, how do you know you have a bad ground? FWIW, it has nothing to do with clearing a fault and tripping the OCD...I'm stuck in Iraq. I don't have the right equipment. I don't have a good ground and I am trying to get one. The sand here is unbelievable and goes down forever.
I have dug around rods & put a piece of terra cotta tile or pvc up on end fill it with rock salt and water it then take a reading drops the resistance real quick in normal soil,If you dont have any enviromentalist /tree huggers copper sulfate works good. dont know what chemical to use for sand?