What i meant of course is not that the concrete should replace the metal
but in soil the metal joint of clamps oxidate in short time or not?
So the idea is to protect the junction from the clamp/gound wire/ground
road from oxidation.
Could this be a solution?
Jim Lux wrote:
> Beat Meier wrote:
>> If the concrete is such a good conductor and prevents corrosion of iron
>> could I use concrete instead of cad welding to put groundroad and
>> ground wire together?
> concrete may be a good conductor compared to random soil properties
> outside the concrete, but it's terrible compared to a solid metal joint.
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