86% of all Electrical Problems are Attributed to Poor Grounding
Electrical Weak Link
The weakest link in a solid and safe grounding system is the connection between the grounding rod and the grounding electrode conductor because of galvanic corrosion that is attributed soil and atmospheric conditions. By installing Strong Cap at this point to can stop or prevent the corrosion to protect your investment and decrease costly maintenance in the future.
Corrosion poses a serious threat to many areas of the electrical industry. Galvanic corrosion occurs where two dissimilar metals are joined together. The most common examples of galvanic corrosion are aluminum alloys that are joined to steel or copper and exposed to a wet saline environment. Corrosion will only start after the contact area is wetted by an aqueous liquid in order to insure ionic conduction.