Everyone knows what it's like to work with copper wire, due to its expensive and complex installation and high rates of theft. That is why since 1994 at Conduzinc, extensive research has led to us finally developing a better alternative to replace and improve the performance of copper wire.
ConduGround is an excellent conductor for earthing systems, especially in power transmission towers, as well as underground conductors of neutral wires and lightning protection systems for all industries.
ConduGround is the best option compared to other materials on the market, for example, for every 9 metres of copper wire, only 3.7 metres of ConduGround are required.
With ConduGround you can achieve excellent performance even in hard, dry or rocky groun. That means you need fewer metres of conductors to get the best ground resistance results, which significantly reduces labour costs, time and valuable resources
When installing ConduGround, say goodbye to the theft of earthing systems thanks to its low-cost patented alloy. This product has no commercial value on the black market, unlike highly priced copper.
Zinc is an essential element for life; it exists naturally in soils and in all living things. In addition, it is 100% recyclable and lead-free.
The ConduGround is now 6 times more resistant to corrosion, with its new patented CZ9 zinc alloy, with a double electrolytic coating process that involves copper and tin and perfect anti-corrosion treatment, which makes it highly resistant to any saline chamber.
In its four presentations, ConduGround is malleable enough for one person to handle
It can be handled by a single person quickly and easily. It can be adapted to the needs of any type of installation.
Now with 4 different widths, ConduGround, can be used in various projects such as: earthing systems, lightning arresters, underground neutral cables, etc.
Depending on the height of the building to be protected, we recommend ConduGround de 1 pulg. at altitudes above 23 m, 3/4 pulg. at altitudes below 23 m and 7/16 pulg. at any height and for communication towers