A Copper Bonded Electrode (CBE) is a type of grounding electrode used in electrical systems to provide a low-resistance path for electric currents to flow into the ground. Grounding systems are crucial for safety, as they help prevent electrical faults, lightning strikes, and static discharges from causing damage to equipment and endangering human lives. A Copper Bonded Electrode consists of a core made of steel or another conductive material that is coated or “bonded” with a layer of copper. The purpose of using copper is to take advantage of its excellent electrical conductivity while also benefiting from the corrosion resistance of the copper layer. This combination provides a durable and efficient grounding solution.
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