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Re: Seals for Valve Guides

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L.B,

02-10-2013 01:14:56
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Hey Dell ya need to look at what I had to say about your hog panel grounding device on an electric fence question.




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Dell (WA)

02-10-2013 02:31:54
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 Re: Seals for Valve Guides in reply to L.B,, 02-10-2013 01:14:56  
LB.........hog-panel uses the mineral content of the TOP-SOIL for conductivity. When you drive just a single ground round, and I don't care how deep, only the top 1-ft of the ground rod contacts the soil. Ittza surface area effect. Hog-panels are 1/4" rod on 6-in square squares. I've buried a hog-panel ground on my RockyRidge SheepStation rocky ground for use with my New Zealand 8,000-volt pulse chargers. The sheep really respect the plastic twine that is snapped thru 6-in insulated holders. ........Dell, the GROUNDED shocker

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L.B,

02-10-2013 16:12:47
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 Re: Seals for Valve Guides in reply to Dell (WA), 02-10-2013 02:31:54  
OK but, I have built miles and miles and miles of elec an never had a problem. And as you may know a fence is only a bluff.



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Harold K

02-10-2013 08:54:50
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 Re: Seals for Valve Guides in reply to Dell (WA), 02-10-2013 02:31:54  
Please explain why only 1 ft of ground rod touches the soil. I dont get it



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Dell (WA)

02-10-2013 12:24:59
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 Re: Seals for Valve Guides in reply to Harold K, 02-10-2013 08:54:50  
Harold........its the MINERALS in the top-foot of soil that conduct the ELECTRONS that do the SHOCKING. Simple, eh? ........the SHOCKING Dell



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02-10-2013 17:35:17
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 Re: Seals for Valve Guides in reply to Dell (WA), 02-10-2013 12:24:59  
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Being as how I went to school for geology I have to ask how you keep your minerals in the top twelve inches of soil. I always thought that you got a fair amount of rain in WA.



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