A proven solution that speeds up and improves the performance of cabinet earthing
Cubis SAN-EARTH Conductive Concrete is a proven solution in the prevention of infrastructural conductivity grounding difficulties.
Adaptable to a range of varied applications within telecommunications, utilities and additional groundwork situations, Conductive Concrete not only excels in terms of technical performance but is environmentally safe, reduces theft of copper earthing rods and enhances the installation process through safety, time and cost in the grounding of new and retrofit Openreach telecommunication cabinets.
Wear Full PPE
Follow the Installation Method Statement
Complete the A55 (Earth Certificate)
Plug the duct 36
Ensure You Use All the Material in all 4 Bags
Ensure Material is Compacted
Remove Used SAN-EARTH Bags in a Black Bin Linter into Van ASAP
Lay Electrode Flat Outstretched
Ensure You Leave Spare Link in Power Trench
Coil the Earth Ring Unnecessarily
Push Copper Through SAN-EARTH
Leave Material in Rain
Back Fill With Stone
Take Earth Reading
Installation Training Questions
- What depth is to be excavated when installing a precast base for a cabinet?
- What depth is to be excavated for an insitu base?
- What is the additional depth required to the excavation?
- How many bags of Cubis San Earth are required per installation?
- Prior installation; what is the first thing to consider and identify? Why is this important?
- Which trench does the 16mm² copper electrode run into?
- What do you do with the unused electrode tail?
- What do you need to do to allow identification of the insulated earth link after installation?
- What documentation needs to be completed after installation?
- Do you need to do an earth reading?