I have a tower with a galvanized base dug down in the ground. My house is
equipped with a number of copper-clad grounding rods. The tower is connected
(via my shack) to the grounding rods.
What should I do to avoid the galvanization to be eaten away due to current
caused by the dissimilar metals. As far as I understand zinc and copper
will make a battery cell due to the humidity in the ground.
Hans - N2JFS
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