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Re: Lightning and neutral grounding



Of course.

But if you follow the recommendations of the likes of Polyphaser and what
has been talked about here, you are doing nothing but improving the ground
and improving the electrical ground for your house as well.  It's safer than
it is w/o.

73,

Jon
NA9D

on 3/11/03 9:48 AM, Joseph B. Fitzgerald at jfitzgerald@alum.WPI.EDU wrote:

>>> The only problem with this is that the NEC treats this spec as an
>>> electrical issue only.
> 
> Jon,
> 
> Your point is well taken.  BUT if you do add grounds _beyond_ that called
> for in the Code to control lightning,  you must do it in a way that is in
> harmony with the requirements of the Code. If something bad happens, you
> may have to explain your decisions to a judge or insurance company!
> 
> 
> -Joe KM1P
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