Chemical earthing is a method used to establish a reliable grounding system for electrical installations. It involves burying a copper or galvanized electrode in the ground and surrounding it with a conductive chemical compound. This compound enhances conductivity, reduces resistance to ground, and protects against corrosion. Chemical earthing provides stable grounding performance, even in challenging soil conditions. It is commonly used in industries such as telecommunications, power distribution, and commercial buildings to ensure electrical safety and protect equipment.