What is ground conductivity?

Answer Ground conductivity refers to the ability of electrical currents to travel through specific locations of soil or rock. The conductivity of a substance largely depends on the amount of water, style ... Read More »

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How can you ground a porcelain light fixture with no ground screw and not mounted in a metal box or do you even have to if not what do you do with ground wire?

Answer Porcelain "keyless" fixtures do not have any designated ground screw, so, assuming there's a supply point "box" already in the ceiling or wall where the light is to be fixed, if there's more... Read More »

How can you repair the ground after removing a small above-ground pool The ground is now black and brown and smells rancid?

Remove Above Ground Pool Damage It sounds like mold. I suggest you wash it off good with the hose and let it sit. It will go away by itself. Anything underneath of the pool is probably dead, so us... Read More »

What Happens If the Ground is Unlevel With an Above Ground Pool?

Above-ground pools are a more affordable than in-ground pools, which require digging and serious construction. Above-ground pools can have a ring along the top that only need inflating, or have ind... Read More »

What is membrane conductivity?

Membrane conductivity, or conductance, is a term that scientists use to describe the number of ions that can cross a membrane. Membranes with higher conductivities are more permeable to ions and al... Read More »