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what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit 
as per i.e.e
 Question Submitted By :: Manoj Bhangale
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  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
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# 1
20 MTRS 
Is This Answer Correct ?    6 Yes 61 No
San
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 2
the minimum distance two earthpits should be twice the
length of the earth electrode used i.e. for example
distance between 2 3meters pit will be 6mts.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    61 Yes 9 No
Vishwas Bhat
 
 
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 3
The distance b/w the pits depends on,
a)Type of earthing
b)Type of Soil
In normal practise ,for solid earthing,the distance b/w the pits should be 3 mts.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    28 Yes 9 No
Devesh Mishra
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 4
distance between two pits should not 3m bcoz there is a
tecnical reason behind it, and the reason is that when
there is some heavy earth fault and if one of the pits is
acting as a returning path for earth fault current then it
might go dry due to heat dissipation by the passing
current, and simultaneously one more heavy fault happens
then these pits will offer high resistance because they
have lost moisture and which is not desirable, hence the
distance between two 3m pits should be minimum 6mts.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    31 Yes 4 No
Vishwas Bhat
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 5
As per IEE Rule it should be minimum 5 Meters... 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 13 No
Thowsif
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
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# 6
It can be kept as far away from each other as possible but minimum distance may vary depending upon the length of the earth electrode used. Usually it must be at least the double of the earth electrode's length. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 3 No
Romil
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 7
1st rod at 15m
2nd rod at 30m
 
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Mrudang
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
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# 8
As per IS3043:
Distance between plate earth electrodes shall be 8 m minimum.
Distance between pipe earth electrodes shall be 5 m minimum.
 
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Vel
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
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# 9
this will depends on type of earthing
for plate earthing 6-8mts
pipe earthing 5-8mts
chemical earthing 5mts
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    0 Yes 7 No
Cottula
 
  Re: what should be distance between two electrical earthing pit as per i.e.e
Answer
# 10
WHAT IS THE DISTANCE BETWEEN BODY EARTH PIT AND NEUTRAL EARTH PIT? 
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Mahesh
 

 
 
 
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