Your first picture is not clear
normally that is for running conduit
second picture does show ground wire and rod.
but I would still say the conduit does not need to be grounded
I am talking from a non electrician opinion , your entire system should be grounded which should already include the conduit
I would say the pipe itself does not have to be grounded.
It appears a conduit for electric wire.
It goes to something to supply power.
Ok thanks, appreciate it
it used to be grounded to a grounding rod so I wasn't really sure
See 250.64(E). The grounding electrode conductor is required to be bonded to the conduit
Ok thanks man
Ok and I checked it might be connected to the circuit breaker so maybe I should just leave it
The ferrous conduit would need a bonding jumper,also the pipe clamp to the ground rod is not listed for that use.The ground rod needs to driven below(or flush with the surface). Multiple code violations .
Thanks, also do you think the ground rod is too corroded and also do I definetly need a bonding jumper or is it fine how it is.
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