You may think that it is very simple - to immerse the grounding electrode into the ground and it's enough to have a hammer to do it. But one guy from Dallas (USA) named Jason chose an even simpler way and just installed copper-clad eight-inch pin without any power tools and a hammer. To mount the modular grounding he needed a long pipe, a water hose and water. The whole process took about 15-20 minutes. Watch the video to find out more.
If you try to install grounding with a tube and water, we will be happy if you share your experience with us.