Ground Rod and/or Connecting Pin, 3 ft
Ground rods are essential for all energizers and lightning diverters.
The ground system is an essential component of any electric fence. Ground rods guide the pulse from the soil, back into the energizer. The larger the pulse or higher the resistance of the soil (because it’s dry, sandy, or rocky), the more ground rods that are needed to collect the electrons from the soil.
This pin can also be used to attach gates, panels, orphan headgates and creep feeder gates.
- Galvanized, will not rust or corrode
- 3 ft
- 1/2" diameter
- Has a head on one end
How to Use
Use ground rods for:
- Energizers—allow 3 ft of rod per joule of energy released (use 3 ft rods for smaller energizers and lightning diverters. Use multiple 6 ft rods for large energizers).
- Make sure to put the ground rod all the way into the ground.
- To attach insulated wire, make an elongated "U" in the wire.
- Put the "U" against the rod and put the stainless steel ground rod clamp around it. Tighten.
Use connecting pins for:
- Make sure to have the ground rod all the way into the ground
- Make sure you have a good connection to the ground rod
- Make sure to have a good connection on the energizer and fence
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Jennifer R from Louisiana
Premier 1 Fencing is above average to me! I have always had positive experiences until recently. However, after speaking with a manager, she took care of my problem and went above and beyond what I expected. The have a full line of high quality products and always strive to please!!
Bobbi R from Oregon
Found them to be great.
Daniel Z from Nevada
This ground rod has a hole right below the head, likely to make it easier to attach the ground wire from the energizer. This is a design flaw that needs to be fixed as it compromises the integrity of the head. The first time I pounded this ground rod in the head of the rod bent as the hole below the head was crushed.
Julie B from Texas
Purchased to replace one I bend being to rough removing it from the ground. Good price so having a spare is very reasonable
Natalie L from Georgia
Easy to pull out of the ground with a farm jack when moving the portable electric net fence around.