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Design of Lightning Protection


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Risk assessment tools AS/NZS1768. Appropriate protection levels for the LPS design. Overview of design rules. Key criteria for writing specifications. Hardware and typical details. Use of isolated lightning rods on buildings to protect modrn systms.

Date and Time

28 March 2013 - 18:00-20:30


Chatswood, Australia - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Aus - NSW & Capital Territory local network.

About this event

The risk assessment tool in AS/NZS1768 for lightning protection.

Selection of appropriate protection levels and what these mean for LPS design.

Overview of the design rules for conventional lighting protection systems.

Key criteria for writing specifications for conventional lightning protection systems.

Hardware and typical details of lightning protection.

The use of isolated lightning rods to protect modern day electronic or electrical features on rooftops of buildings that conventional lightning protection.

Reasons to attend

To design lightning protection systems.

To gain understanding of appropriate protection levels for LPS design.

Review of the design rules for conventional lightning protection systems.

To find the key criteria required for writing specifications for LPS.

To see hardware and typical details of LPS.

To gain understanding in the use of isolated lightning rods to protect electronics on rooftops of buildings that have conventional lightning protection.  


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