Grounding and bonding solutions help to minimize the dangerous buildup of static electricity, lowering the risk of electric shock and equipment damage from explosions or fires. Grounding protects a circuit by connecting it to the earth or another big conductor. Bonding is the process of joining two conducting elements together electrically. Flexible grounding braids ensure positive ground throughout an electrical panel or from machine and equipment components. Grounding rods, which are commonly used in outdoor applications, connect electrical systems to the ground to safely disperse power. Grounding clamps for pipe, rod, wire, and other materials attach conductors to pipe, rod, wire, and other materials. In tight places like cabinets and enclosures, isolated ground bars connect many grounding wires. Inside electrical enclosures, grounding strips, busbars, and kits ground conductors. Multiple wires are connected to rods or rebar using grounding crimping connectors.