Hello Everyone, I have a 5 ampere weighing equipment & need it to ground properly. It is about 80 feet away from soil point. (Direct wire to the equipment will be used & long term connection is required). Manufacturer says that: "There must be a good third wire ground, preferably to a true ground or ground rod. Then check the resistance to that ground to all the contact surfaces of the equipment. There should be 0 ohms resistance since the static generated by the motion of the product needs a place to go". 1: What metal rod/wire or some thing else will be enough to use to vertically or horizentaly drive in soil. Length + diameter & other specifications. What size device will work in this case. I need to be much closer to 0 ohms resistance. This is the actual target. I can have digital clamp meter which have 200, 20k, 20M & 2000M ohms options. 2: Green (Ground) wire of the equipment is still to be ground as there is no ground connection to the wall socket. Shall I need two rods? First to connect with green wire & the second to connect with equipment's metal frame? Or the same rod will be used to connect Green wire & Metal Frame? 3: For my reference please inform after grounding Green Wire & Metal frame how I can check resistance just like one can check voltage readings with a meter in hand by using probes. Please inform step by step. Means to say how i can say or proof that resistance to the ground to all the contact surfaces of my equipment is 0 or any other reading that displays. Thanks in advance.