Frequently Asked questions
1. Gel earthing electrodes: what are they?
Ans - In order to safely direct excessive or fault current into the ground in the presence of little resistance, GI Earthing, also known as Gel Earthing, is a procedure. Our GI earthing technology provides superior product life, is economical, requires no maintenance, and lowers the cost of maintenance.
2. Chemical gel earthing - what is it?
Ans - In areas with high soil resistance, Chemical Gel Earthing Electrode provides a low-impedance ground. The main earth electrode in the soil will be safeguarded by the conductor-rich crystalline composition in the electrode. By doing this, a highly conductive environment will be created for the fault current to go to earth.
3. Why are electrodes made of gel?
Ans - In order to prevent signal attenuation, the electrode gel minimises the electrical impedance at the point of contact with the skin to the absolute minimum.
4. What materials make up electrode gel?
Ans - Typically, conductive salts like sodium chloride are added to a thicker aqueous mixture to create these gels or pastes.