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Proper Building Service Grounding

Proper Building Service Grounding

Proper Building Service Grounding

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I wish to install 300 Amp service to a building. I am installing 3-10 ft ground rods vertically in a triangle pattern 10 ft apart. I will be bonding the rods with 1/0 copper conductor. I then will be routing the copper conductor back to the service fused disconnect.

My question is: How do I ground the service panel? Do I continue to bond from the disconnet to the service panel neutral?

The service is in conduit. How do I run the ground conductor? Do I run it bare on the outside of the conduit or place it in it's own conduit or...?

I read the code for grounding. To me it's confusing. Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

srtipped.bass@erols.com

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