Sounds pretty good, wonder if you should share your 'experience' with
the folks at the National Fire Protection Association, National
Electrical Code, ANSI, IEEE, and all those kind of places? There must
be some reason they approve what they do, and it is usually due to a
large amount of testing and evaluation.
Sure, copper pipe might work fine, so long as your insurance agent is
willing to pay out for your lightning damage even though your
installation doesn't meet the recognized codes. I dunno, it just isn't
worth it to me.
Daron J. Wilson, RCDD ) )
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> Don't full with rods. Use 1/2 or 3/4 inch CU pipe. it is cheap and
> better. I have been using it for 40 yrs.
> Bruce AA4Z
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