11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground
11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 14 AWG Copper Wire - 2Ground

11" Ground Rod with 50 feet [15 meters] 20 AWG Copper Wire

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Regular price $39.99 USD Sale

11" Galvanized Steel or Copper Clad Ground Rod with attached ~50 feet (15 meters, default length) of pure Copper 20 AWG Wire.
Available with either Heavy Duty 3-Prong Receptacle or Banana Plug at other end.
Please select at checkout, the price is the same.

The Heavy Duty 3-Prong Receptacle can be used for our standard Personal Grounding Devices.
The Banana Plug can be used with our GROUND DISTRIBUTION BOX, 4-PORT to allow one, two or three persons to Ground from the same place.

Optional lengths of 66 feet (20 meters), ~83 feet (25 meters), or ~100 feet (30 meters) available at checkout.

Hammer into solid earth for grounding in buildings where receptacles are not grounded.
Slip though a window or hole into the building and connect to a Personal Grounding Device or a  GROUND DISTRIBUTION BOX, 4-PORT

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  • Hi George this Roy from Las Vegas the grounding rod kit i got from you the wire got disconnected from the rod when i tried to nail it in ground. I tried to put back on.Can you give me some advice how to put back on

    Hello Roy.
    You will need an Allen Key, I can't remember the size off hand, probably around 3/16" or so.

    Loosen the screw from the connector with the Allen Key until you can pull the wire and ring terminal out.

    If the wire broke off from the ring terminal, then simply strip an inch or so of insulation off the end of the wire to expose the copper.

    Put the copper wire back in minus the ring terminal.
    Tighten the screw with the Allen Key and make sure the screw is touching the copper wire.

    If that is too complicated, simply strip 2 to 4 inches of insulation off the wire, wrap it around the Ground Rod a few times and secure it wire some electrical tape and you are good to go!

    If you need more help, just ask.
    All the best!
    George/2Ground

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