Titanium Grounding probes

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  1. AD Scott

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    yeah price? and do you guys post to cpt?
     
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    Aquarium Depot is a wholesaler.
    Can check any LFS that they supplied. And most of those LFS do ship to you.
     
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    Hi Guys. They should retail for around R143.
     
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    Come to think bout it,, I have never thought bout this... Is it really a must have, or a case of rather safe than sorry... The sorry being 6ft under? :whistling: suppose it is a must then...

    The only question I've got is:

    If you place the grounding probe in the sump, how does it protect you if you stick your hand into the DT, or do you need one in the sump and DT? @RiaanP
     
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    The display and sump is connected electrical via the return line and overflow. As long as there is flow, then the probe will protect you if it is in the sump.
     
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    Ah cool. I understand now... Thanks Riaan
     
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    The idea of the probe is to trip the power if there is a dangerous leakage in the water.

    If you got a probe and it doesn't trip the power when there's a high-voltage leak, then you've just wasted your time.
     
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