They are also available mail order (or phone order) from The RF Connection
in Gaithersburg, MD.
I have no connection to that firm, however, I did receive excellent service
even from as far away as Winnipeg.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil - KB9CRY" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Al Williams" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, August 02, 2002 8:28 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] CadWeld One Shots
> You can get the Cadwelds from any good industrial electrical supply
> house. I used the "OneShot" Cadwelds which come with the disposable
> ceramic mold and welding and starting material. For connecting #3 or #4
> wire onto a 5/8 ground rod with one wire in and one wire out, I paid
> about $5.50 and for two wires in each direction, I paid about $11.00
> each. If one considers that cost versus a $3 direct burial type of
> ground clamp and the fact that once it's done, you never have to worry
> about tightening it, etc. I thought it was worth it. They're real easy
> to install and use and yes there's a bright flash as the weld material
> ignites. I installed about 20 of them in an afternoon. Highly
> recommended. Phil KB9CRY
> check all this out on the web site, www.erico.com
> Al Williams wrote:
> >Will someone please explain what CAD welding is when applied to
> >wire connections to ground rod, towers, etc. How does one get
> >equipped for accomplishing it?
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