Lightning strikes everywhere!
The idea of using the lightning rod to protect structures and facilities was first developed by Benjamin Franklin in 1750. There weren’t many electronic types of equipment or complicated structures back in those days. At that time lightning protection system was installed to protect structures from the damage caused by lightning strikes. The objective of this protection system was to provide a preferred path for electrical charges from a lightning strike to ground itself.
Today, the Franklin lightning rod Is still used as a primary grounding mechanism.
In our modernized world, with high tech control systems and computers actually capturing this high voltage of electricity and letting it pass through buildings should only be part of your lighting protection strategy.
At Lightning Eliminators & Consultant inc., we continue to innovate and develop a new generation of lightning devices.
Over the years we have emerged as the world’s leading manufacturers of the Dissipation Array System (DAS). This new system with advanced performances represents further progress in terms of protection, operating autonomy and ease of maintenance.
DAS is continuously setting new benchmarks for the efficiency and lightning protection it provides.
DAS vs. conventional lightning rod protection
In conclusion, our DAS working on Charge transfer technology
LEC enjoys a worldwide reputation as a foremost specialist in lightning protection and we have also proven our commitment to research and development. We are devoted to offering a truly effective system and design, providing the highest level of safety and effectiveness in lightning rod protection.
Lightning Eliminators & Consultant Inc. is a smart risk reduction choice for every industry.
Lightning Eliminators & Consultants, Inc. (LEC) serves its clients by installing and maintaining lightning protection systems (LPS), and prevention solutions. Equipped with over four decades of experience, LEC has provided successful support to over 90 countries and throughout the United States.