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  • Series
    Aplirod
  • Model
    AT-111H
  • Brand / Made in
    AT / SPAIN
  • Reference: AT-111H
  • Dimensions: ø54 x 2500 mm
  • Shape vertical
  • Materials: Copper + Salts
  • Weight: 35000 g
  • Includes: AT-020F (square tape & cable clamp) + AT-032L (APLIFILL)
  • Standards: Complies with UNE 21186, NF C 17-102, IEC 62305

APLIROD® DYNAMIC ELECTRODE

ENHANCED ELECTRODES FOR LOW-CONDUCTIVITY SOILS

A lack of free ions in the surrounding ground is detrimental to the correct performance of the earthing. Earthing systems using dynamic electrodes are based on the contribution of ions to the ground.
The system mainly consists of a copper electrode (APLIROD®) filled with a mixture of ionic compounds. The moisture condenser absorbs environmental moisture and dissipates it in the soil surrounding the electrode, adding free ions and gradually lowering the resistivity of the soil.
The effectiveness of this earth electrode is improved by placing a ground conductivity improver, such as CONDUCTIVER PLUS (AT-010L) around the electrode.
Soil resistivity and site characteristics are the main factors to be considered when determining the electrode model to use. Where the soil shows a lack of ion presence or the material that may be affected by lightning is extremely sensitive, longer electrodes, several earthing systems, or a combination of both, should be used.
The most appropriate configuration in most cases is a triangular arrangement. Vertical shapes are good to obtain low earth resistance values. L-shape models are better when you cannot make a deep excavation.


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INSTALLATION

  1. Bore a 25 x 25 cm hole x 25 cm in diameter (for the earth pit), and within this another ø75 mm with an approximate depth of 10 cm less than the length of the electrode.
  2. Remove the covers of the leach holes and place the electrode in the hole.
  3. Fill the hole with the conductive compound APLIFILL supplied together with the electrode, mixing it with water outside the excavation and gradually fill it using 1 kilo of APLIFILL for every 4 litres of water.
  4. Place the earth pit so that the cover remains at surface level. The electrode will hang out by approximately 10 cm over the bottom of the earth pit, leaving the breather holes uncovered.
  5. Remove the covers of the upper breather holes and connect the grounding electrode to the test bonding bar.
  6. More electrodes should be placed at regular intervals, interconnected with bare copper cable and buried at least 0.5 m deep. It is advisable to cover the conductor with APLIFILL.
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