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Equipotential Grids Required by the NEC - Are they Useless?
 

 
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- Equipotential Grids Required by the NEC - Are they Useless?

March 14, 2007  

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Equipotential Grids Required by the NEC - Are they Useless?

 

ImageThe following paper describes Stray Voltage Service’s www.strayvoltage.ca approach in dealing with farm neutral to earth voltage. They have tested over 2,500 farms for stray voltage and this maybe more than any organization has done. The approach they offer provides real world low cost technical solutions to stray voltage in two broad ways; first by balancing secondary farm neutral loads and then secondly by reducing the remaining non-engineered electricity paths from passing through farm animals. This paper identifies the technical failures of the past and current standard stray voltage mitigation techniques and its outcomes. This paper describes some impressive results offered using our remote monitoring oscilloscope services to farmers across North America and the world.

 

Click here or on the image to view this paper titled: Solutions to Farm Neutral to Earth Voltage provided by Stray Voltage Services.

 

 

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