Quantcast Figure 1-54. Ground Connector for Equipotential Plane in Concrete

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MIL-HDBK-419A
FOR FLAT BAR TO GROUND CABLE IN CONCRETE
USE:  T h e s e G r o u n d C o n n e c t o r s a r e a t t a c h e d t o a
ground cable (Equipotential plane) in the floor,
and after the concrete is poured, a 2" X 2" flat
plate is left exposed, flush with the finished sur-
face.  The connectors may be located at predeter-
mined locations, o r i f s e t a t i n t e r v a l s t h r o u g h o u t
the floor or wall base, a ground pad is always
readily available for grounding electrical equip-
Contact surface of fitting is 2" square and
ment.
comes with either two or four 1/8" D&T holes which
can be used for connection purposes.  This equi-
potential plane is bonded to the earth electrode
subsystem at numerous points.
Figure 1-54. Ground Connector for Equipotential Plane in Concrete
MEDIUM AND LARGE
PIPE SIZES
BRONZE CONNECTORS WITH
--
BRAZED-ON STEEL TONGUE
For Welding Steel Tongue
To Existing Structure
NOTE:
Bolts furnished will fasten
connector to plate up to "
thick.
Longer bolts will
be furnished when required.
STRAP CONNECTOR
Figure 1-55. Typical Ground Connectors
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