Lightening, Earthling & Surge Protection

First time in India Hartech Controls, with an immense experience back-up in Electrical Earthing, has launched new age electrode earthing system with copper bonding at the cost of GI electrode for best grounding solution.

Earthing System

We are the leading manufacturer and supplier of earthing systems used in various industries. These earthing systems are manufactured by high grade raw materials and by officals are expert in their field. We follow strict measures while manufacturig earthing system. Owing to this we have received ISO, CE, UL, CPRI, ROHS certificate for the quality of our products.

We also recommend the use of earth enhancing compound while using earthing systems.

Lightning Protection System

Quite simply, a lightning protection system protects a structure from a direct lightning strike.

To do this, an air terminal (or system of air terminals) is placed in the most probable position to capture the direct strike, based on the structure’s architectural design and roof equipment. The rest of the system is designed to safely convey that electrical energy from the lighting strike to ground as efficiently and safely as possible.

To intercept the strike and conduct the high current energy of a lightning strike into the earth, system components include the:

  • Air terminal, which is used to intercept the lightning strike.
  • Down conductors, providing the most direct path possible to move the electrical energy towards the ground.
  • Grounding system, which provides a path for the current to dissipate into the ground and out of harm’s way.
  • Bonding, meant to reduce the possibility of voltage differences that are a safety risk.

Lightning Protection System

A surge protective device (SPD) is designed to protect electrical systems and equipment from surge and transient events by limiting transient voltages and diverting surge currents.

Lightning is the most spectacular form of an externally generated surge, however, it is estimated that 65% of all transients are generated internally within the facility by the switching of electrical loads such as:

  • Lights
  • Heating systems
  • Motors
  • Office equipment