Question by  sunnypenguin (28)

What is the difference between a neutral bar and ground bar in the main electric box?


Answer by  samerps (28)

Ground bar is used for discharging static electric charges that form on the cases and covers of electronic appliances and devices. Static charges may create high voltages, up to 10000 volts. Neutral provides a return path for the current from the supply source, like the negative terminal of a battery


Answer by  OKIDIH (19)

Neutral bar is the bar where all the neutral cables of different circuits (lighting and socket outlets)in an installation are conected/linked to the neutral from the the supply while the Groung bar is the bar where all the earth/ ground from different circuits in an installation is connected/ to mains earth terminal (consumer's earth electrode)

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