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SSB grounding on steel hulls

 
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 5:08 am    Post subject: SSB grounding on steel hulls Reply with quote

Hi Forum.

My first post here.

Why is SSB antenna grounding not required on a steel hull?

Is it because the protective zinks (that are boltet on the hull) are in direct contact wih the sea?

Is it because some thru-hulls are in contact with the sea?

Is it because the bonding is made through the outer surface coatings?

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