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23 Nov, 2016
Posted by robertcee

Grounding and Bonding Course

Electrical Grounding and Bonding are 2 very different functions in electrical systems. Understanding the difference in the function and the prescriptive methods and performance requirements is critical to life safety is the use of electrical systems.

– Robert Webber

Purchase Your Course Here: (prices are per individual student)

Grounding and Bonding 6 Hour Course: $185
Grounding and Bonding 8 Hour Course: $240

Electrical Grounding and Bonding Course

Electricity moves at the speed of light. What do we do when it goes outside it’s normal path? What is Ground?  What is Bonding? Why do we do this? How, When, Where and what does Grounding and Bonding work. When will it not work?

This continuing electrical education course takes a deep dive into Art 250 and other code articles as they relate to Grounding and Bonding of electrical systems.
  • Part I General
  • Part II System Grounding
  • Part III Grounding Electrode System & Grounding Electrode Conductor
  • Part IV Enclosures, Raceways, and Service Cable Connections
  • Part V Bonding
  • Part VI Equipment Grounding & Equipment Grounding Conductors
  • Part VII Methods of Equipment Grounding Conductor Connections
  • Part VIII Direct-Current Systems
  • Part XI Instruments, Meters, & Relays
  • Part X Grounding of Systems and Circuits Over 1000 Volts

How to Read, Find, and Understand these Rules

Grounding and Bonding is a critical part of the Electrical Systems and Safety depends on understanding these concepts, rules, and calculations for all electrical systems residential, commercial, industrial. Lives depend on how to establish and maintain these systems and connections.

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