has anyone used, found or ran across fence posts with ground tabs?
as noted step and touch potentialwhy would one need to "ground" a fence post that is already in the ground?
That makes sense.You don't need to ground the fence post.
You need to bond them with all of the other 'grounded' components, eg. equi-potential bonding grid, ground rings, etc.
At a substation during a fault, step potential can be a serious issue, so lots of 'grounded' components are subject to pretty serious bonding connections.
figured as much. done a lot of them. cadweld 2/0 tails onto
them, and T weld the tails to a 4/0 buried 18" down in the dirt.
if anyone had such a thing, LADWP would'a figured it out by now.
they spend a lot of time cadwelding poles.