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Two Hole Earth Point

A two-hole earth point is a type of grounding hardware used in electrical systems to provide a secure and effective earth connection. It typically consists of a metal plate with two holes that can be bolted or welded to a structure or equipment, with a grounding conductor or cable attached to one or both of the holes. Two-hole earth points are commonly used in power distribution, telecommunications, and lightning protection systems to ensure proper grounding and safety of personnel and equipment. They are typically made of durable and corrosion-resistant materials like copper, brass, or stainless steel and are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to suit different applications.

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