Review of the latest Lightning Protection news

BS EN 62561-1 Lightning Protection System Components Updated

BSEN62561 1BS EN 62561-1
Lightning protection system components (LPSC).
Requirements for connection components

Publication Date: 28 July 2017
Replaces: BS EN 62561-1:2012

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Safely Handle Lightning Currents Up To 50 kA With The Phoenix Contact FLT-SEC-PLUS 264

FLT SEC PLUS 264The new FLT-SEC-PLUS 264 type 1 lightning current arresters from Phoenix Contact are used in mains supplies with 230/400 volt networks. Even in the event of high lightning currents up to 50 kA per position, systems are protected and can continue running unaffected.

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Type 1 Lightning Current Arresters Without Line Follow Current For A 400/690 V Network From Phoenix Contact

FLT SEC PLUSThe new FLT-SEC-PLUS 440 type 1 lightning current arresters from Phoenix Contact are specifically suitable for industrial and wind energy applications with 400/690 V networks. They enable you to safely handle high lightning currents up to 35 kA per position.

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The World's Narrowest Type-2 Surge Protection from Phoenix Contact

Valvetrab-SECThe new Valvetrab-SEC from Phoenix Contact, the world's narrowest type-2 surge protective device, offers impressive features such as durability and high performance, thanks to the use of Safe Energy Control (SEC) technology.

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The World's Narrowest, Pluggable Lightning Arrester Combination from Phoenix Contact

Flashtrab-SEC-T1+T2The Flashtrab-SEC-T1+T2 protective device combination consists of line-follow-current-free type 1 lightning arresters on the basis of a spark gap and varistor-based type 2 surge protective devices. This combination, in just one device, is the only one on the market worldwide.

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New Enhanced Compact Surge Protection up to 32A from Furse

Mains protectorThe latest D/DS range is designed to complement the existing D1 Series of ESP products providing a further enhanced series to our existing ESP range of mains protector range for specific systems.

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Hazardous Areas – Are yours Protected?

Hazardous AreaMany industries, such as petrochemical, oil & gas and food & beverage, face the ongoing challenge of protecting people and property from the risk presented by potentially explosive atmospheres.

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New Heat Weldable Lightning Conductor Clips from Furse

Furse Heat Weldable ClipsInvented and developed by Furse, this range of heat weldable lightning conductor clips provides a quick, easy and reliable method of securing flat tape or solid circular lightning conductor to single ply polypropylene, polyethylene and PVC roofing membranes, where solvent welding is not applicable.

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Furse Release 3rd Edition of their Renowned Guide to Lightning Protection

Furse GuideFurse have now launched an updated Guide to BS EN 62305 Protection Against Lightning. This latest edition incorporates guidance on the recently revised BS EN 62305 standard, from risk assessment following Part 2, to application guidance in line with Parts 3 & 4.

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Surge Protection Solution from Havells and Furse

Havells together with Furse, a world leader in the design, manufacture and supply of earthing and lightning protection systems has launched a comprehensive surge protection solution designed to simplify selection and installation of Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) in accordance with the latest amendment of BS 7671.

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