Anthony young· Registered
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Hey guys, I was just looking for a litle feedback on how most of you guys wire up the grounding on transformers. I have seen it done so many different ways. My personal preference is to connect my primary ground directly to the neutral bus on the transformer, then install my bonding jumper down to the grounding bus where I connect my secondary ground to structural steel along with the ground that goes directly to the panel that the transformer is feeding and also the grounds that tie to the bonding bushings. Like I said, I have seen the grounding wired up many different ways. I commonly see that a lot of people put all of their grounds including the primary all on the grounding bus that you have to install to the transformer casing and feed that ground bus with the jumper from the neutral bus. I personally like to connect my primary ground directly to my neutral bus and all other grounds to the grounding bus that I install at the bottom of the transformer. Really no matter how you do it, you are still connecting all of your grounds together and connecting them to the neutral bus via jumper. What are some of you guys thoughts and preferences on how you like to do it?