Galvan "One Size Fits All" Ground Rod Clamp Listed For Direct Burial And Concrete Use

CHARLOTTE -- Galvan Industries' unique SRC ground rod clamps are now listed as suitable for direct burial in soil and concrete applications in both the United States and Canada.

The universal "one size fits all" ground rod clamps feature bronze alloy body construction and stainless steel bolts. The listing covers use with 1/2, 5/8 and 3/4-inch copper clad or hot-dip galvanized ground rods. For 1/2 and 5/8-inch rods the listed wire range is 10 solid - 1/0 stranded. For 3/4-inch rods the wire range is 8 solid - 1/0 stranded. The listed tightening torque is 150 inch-pounds.

Galvan offers the SRC as a replacement for a wide range of products made for economy, standard duty, heavy duty and extra heavy duty applications. The clamp's versatility eliminates the need to inventory assorted different-size clamps and reduces errors caused by shipping the wrong clamp. The new universal clamps handle 1?2" 5/8" and 3?4" rods with a variety of solid and stranded conductors.

Galvan Industries' electrical grounding products are used in a wide variety of residential, commercial and industrial applications. These include construction, cable TV, lightning protection, power generation, telecommunications and OEM markets.

Galvan products are stocked at strategic sites around the country to assure fast deliveries. To learn more, or for ordering, contact Galvan Industries at 1-800-277-5678, Fax (704) 455-5215; e-mail: On the web at

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