Electrical Earthing & Lightning Protection

Earthing and lightning protection are essential safety measures for electrical and structural systems. Earthing involves connecting electrical systems to the ground to prevent electric shock and ensure proper functioning. It provides a low-resistance path for fault currents to safely dissipate into the earth. Lightning protection systems safeguard structures from lightning strikes by providing a conductive path for lightning currents to safely discharge into the ground, preventing damage to buildings and equipment. These systems typically include lightning rods, conductors, and grounding electrodes. Together, earthing and lightning protection mitigate the risks associated with electrical faults and lightning strikes, ensuring safety and minimizing damage to people, property, and equipment.