Grounding plates for grounding canopies and grounding mats
There are two types of Grounding is an electrically conductive connection with the electric potential of the ground. plates available to connect grounded products like our canopy or protective floor underlays.
Variant: GCV grounding plate with velcro fastener
A grounding plate with silvered Velcro fastener. All of our sewn and groundable products have 2 to 4 counterparts of silvered velcro fasteners with a silver thread sewn on.
Just put the grounding plate and you are ready. This plate, with an electrically conductive velcro fastener, has 3 connection sockets for grounding cable.
Variant: GCM grounding plate with magnetic lock
Grounding plate with magnetic lock for electrically conductive materials and products, such as our canopies and protective floor underlays. Both grounding plates are held together by two strong magnets.
The benefit of this is that should the cable become a tripping hazard, the cable will not tear any fine Shielding is the protection from the effects of external fault zones and environmental influences (on a person's health most of the time). materials, such as the one that we use for our canopies. The magnets come off of the material before the shielding material can be damaged.
Benefits: No holes in grounded materials, tripping over the cable will not tear thin materials, such as Silver-Tulle.
Variant: GS screw-top grounding plate
Screw-top grounding plate for electrically conductive materials and products, such as our shielding mesh or protective floor underlays. Both grounding plates are screwed on. The material that needs to be grounded must be pierced.
The benefit is that the connection is firmly screwed on and therefore sits very tightly. It can only be undone with tools, such as a screwdriver. This grounding plate is ideal for providing our shielding mesh with a ground contact (if used in the living area).
The screw-top grounding plate has 4 connection sockets.