Coal for improvement of physical lands.
Raw material: Coconut shell
Mesh number: <50
Presentation: 25 kg bags, 500 kg Super bags.
Improvement of physical lands whose electrical resistance must be decreased.
Conducarb is a carbon specially synthesized to improve physical grounds intended to ground electrical circuits and lightning rods. It is made from coconut shell that, because it grows in brackish water areas, forms a carbon that in its structure contains a significant proportion of ions that increase its conductivity. Carbonization is carried out at high temperatures with the aim of obtaining a semi-graphic carbon that is a better conductor than an amorphous carbon (as wood tends to be).
This product is sprayed until it passes through the 50 mesh, in order to obtain a high density and a low interparticular space, which guarantee the highest possible conductivity.
Conducarb is applied in soils formed by minerals that are porous or have a high resistivity and therefore cannot achieve sufficient conductivity with a small number of grounding rods.
Conducarb can be applied alone or in combination with other products. Among them, there is bentonite, which, although it is an expensive material, increases the capacity of coal itself, since it is hygroscopic and maintains a certain level of humidity.
Conducarb can be applied after the ground rod has been placed in the hole made in the ground. Since it is an insoluble and very stable product, it maintains its conductive properties over time.