Galvan Electrical Products Wins Awards For Ground Rod Video And YouTube Channel

Galvan Industries’ Electrical Products Division received two awards in the recent 2010 BMA Pro-Ad competition.  The video “Go For Listed Ground Rods” earned a Bronze Award in the Web video category.  The company also won a Bronze for its YouTube channel, which features all four of Galvan’s current safe grounding videos.

The videos can be viewed on the Galvan Electrical Web site, as well.  Topics covered include ground rod life, accepted ground rod specifications, code requirements regarding the use of multiple ground rods, and how the use of listed rods makes the inspection process easier.

Galvan is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of listed copper-coated, galvanized and stainless-steel grounds, plus a full range of grounding clamps, connectors and accessories. 

The company’s electrical grounding and bonding products are used in a wide variety of residential, commercial and industrial applications, including construction, cable TV, lightning protection, power generation, telecommunications and OEM markets.

To learn more, visit Galvan Industries on the Web at or phone 1-800-277-5678, Fax (704) 455-5215; e-mail:

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