thermOweld® exothermic connections pass electromagnetic force (EMF) section of newly revised IEEE 837-2014

thermOweld The Contractors ChoicethermOweld® is the leading USA supplier of innovative electrical grounding, lightning and cathodic protection products supporting infrastructure projects on over 55 countries worldwide, announces:

thermOweld®’s exothermic connections fulfills the Electromagnetic Force (EMF) section of the newly revised IEEE 837-2014 standard. The testing was performed by an independent lab and the results were very successful.

The scope of IEEE 837-2014 provides standard direction and methods for qualifying permanent connections used for substations grounding. It particularly addresses the connection used within the power distribution system, the connection used to join leads to the grid and the connections used to join leads to equipment and structures.

thermOweld® is an integral part of the global infrastructure. From electrical substations to telecom sites to solar and wind renewable power installations, thermOweld® is your mission critical grounding, lightning protection and related product source.

About Continental Industries
Headquartered in Tulsa Oklahoma Continental Industries, has manufacturing facilities in Tulsa, Broken Arrow OK, Malvern PA Corona CA, and New Berlin WI. For more than 50 years they have been an industry leader in the manufacture of connector fittings for the safe and reliable delivery of natural gas, propane, water and electrical grounding, lightning and cathodic protection products supporting infrastructure projects worldwide.

Contact us at 1140 North 129th East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74116, 800-558-1373, www.conind.com, www.thermoweld.com

Since 2013, Continental Industries has been a division of Burndy, LLC, a key brand under the Hubbell Construction and Energy Group of Hubbell Incorporated. More information can be found at www.Hubbell.com

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