When erecting a building, it is highly important to ensure reliable protection against lightning for the builders and the construction equipment on the roof. After all, each new floor adds to the overall height of the building, thus increasing the risk of lightning strikes. At such construction sites, the issue of protecting against dangerous step and touch voltages is a serious one. What technical arrangements should be made to protect against lightning during construction work? And to ensure the most favorable operating conditions for a structure that has already been built?
Find out the answers to all of these questions on November 9, 2016, at a new webinar from Professor Eduard Meerovich Baselyan!
Regulatory directions on lightning protection of an object under construction are too sparse and unlikely to meet the demands of designers or safety supervisors. Therefore, at the webinar we will analyze the specifics of arranging lightning protection and earthing at construction sites. The lecture will be of interest to designers, electrical engineers and builders.
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- Answers to questions on earthing and lightning protection of electrical substations!