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AC Mitigation Products

Multi-use and multi-service corridors can cause significant electrical and corrosion problems with various buried metallic structures (pipelines, towers, cables, fences).The interaction with potent electromagnetic fields can lead to:

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Risk for personnel injury due to electrical shock.

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Accelerated corrosion processes on the pipeline due to high induced voltages on the pipeline produced by co-located electrical transmission towers.

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Increased risk of catastrophic explosion or fire due to lightning strikes.


  • Low corrosion electrodes – set in ConduCrete or our NEW ConduWire direct buried cable coming soon!
  • Superior energy dissipation from faults and lightning
  • Quick, easy and effective installation methods
  • Eco-friendly backfill – NSF certified!
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ConduCrete is a conductive cementitious and carbonaceous material that dramatically enhances the performance, reliability and safety of grounding and cathodic protection systems.

ConduCrete  |  The DEPENDABLE Solution

By using the ConduCrete grounding system compared to the non-conductive backfill system in traditional use today, you will benefit from:

  • Increased safety with lightning and fault current surge protection to help prevent outages
  • Better asset performance through reduced ground resistance
  • Save money by extending the life of the grounding system by up to 20x that of a traditional system
  • Lowest lifecycle cost due to lower labor costs with reduced installation time and no maintenance cost for the lifetime of the application

ConduCrete simultaneously absorbs and releases high rise time electrical surges into the ground.


  • RUS Approved!
  • NSF 60 Approved!
  • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) compliant
  • Meets the IEC 62561 Part 7 (Lightning Protection System Components – Part 7: Requirements for earthing enhancing compounds)