Thanks for reminding me - I DID see those connector blocks (maybe not
from ICE) but decided against them. I think it was because of my concern
for dissimilar metal corrosion - AL block and CU shield. What did you do,
if anything, to get around this issue? Is there some method to seal the
space where the shield contacts the block? Also, how did you mount this
block or otherwise make your connection to the tower's ground system?
Gene Smar AD3F
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To: EUGENE SMAR <SPELUNK.SUENO@prodigy.net>
Cc: David <email@example.com>; 'Tower Talk (mail list)'
Date: Thursday, July 25, 2002 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: [Towertalk] Coax ground at tower
>ICE (Industrial Communications Engineers) based in Indy
>sells some very nicely machined aluminum split block
>coax grounding systems that are sized for various coax
>diameters. I use them and highly recommend the
>product. Call Mike at 800-423-2666 (later mornings
>best). Ask for their catalog of grounding equipment.
>Self Supporting Towers, Wireless Weather Stations, see web site:
>Call 888-333-9041 to place your order, mention you saw this ad and take an
additional 5 percent off
>any weather station price.
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