Electrical Grounding v. Bonding Audio MP3 2008 (#08GBMP)
Did you know that many NEC requirements and OSHA requirements for "grounding" are actually referring to bonding? Did you know that mixing the two up can cause power quality problems and even lethal shock? This audio extract (MP3 format, on CD) from Mike Holt's Grounding and Bonding library, based on NEC Article 250, will help you understand each concept so that you can correctly apply grounding and bonding. This is the audio portion only, with no book.
Gain a better understanding of grounding and bonding, with the audio portion of Mike Holt's NEC Grounding vs. Bonding Library. Play this in your truck while on the way to the job site, and you'll rapidly increase your knowledge.
Grounding and bonding are the least understood subjects in the NEC. Many people confuse grounding with bonding. Unfortunately, the results include electrocution, power quality problems, equipment malfunction, and system failures. You need to know the difference between grounding and bonding, and how to correctly apply each.
Mike's dynamic style will keep you interested. His common-sense approach will help you easily understand the why as well as the how and what.
You will learn about:
The purpose of grounding
The effect of grounding on electromagnetic fields
System grounding versus circuit grounding
Location of grounding connections
Methods of grounding and bonding services
Methods of grounding and bonding transformers.
You may also want to buy the DVD libraries. In addition to the texts, you get videos like these.
These Mike Holt sample video clips give you a glimpse of Mike's presentation style. Below, you can see Mike discuss specific areas of the NEC. At right is a testimonial.