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Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity 5 Piece
Voltage Level Low-Voltage
No. Of Poles Single Pole
Brand RPS
Type lightning
Arrester Length Customized
Maximum Current Customized
Voltage Rating Customized

The lightning arrester helps in protecting against lightning strikes. It provides a low impedance path to the ground for the current. It has a very strong central ion generating system that generates ions and it does not require any external source of power supply.

Renown Earth Lightning arrester:

  • High voltage bearing capacity
  • Optimum strength
  • High performance
  • Low subsistence required.
  • No periodic maintenance is required
  • Long durability
  • On-site easy installation.
  • Petrochemical Stations
  • LNG stations
  • Nuclear stations
  • Food Processing industries
  • Water Treatment Plants
  • Building protection Units.

We are offering the Lightning Arrester For Building

lightning arrester (alternative spelling lightning arrestor) (also called lightning diverter) is a device used on electric power systems and telecommunication systems to shield the insulation and conductors of the system from the damaging effects of lightning.

There are 12 types of lightning arresters. Some of the important types are mentioned below:

  • Rod Gap Arrester.
  • Sphere Gap Arrester.
  • Electrolytic Arrester.
  • Multiple-Gap Arrester.
  • Impulse Protective Gap Arrester.
  • Electrolytic Arrester.
  • Expulsion Type Lightning Arrester.
  • Valve Type Lightning Arrester.
  • Thyrite Lightning Arrester.
  • Auto valve Arrester.
  • Metal Oxide Lightning Arrester

No. It’s important to note that an arrester does not stop lightning. It does, in fact, frontiers and alleviates the electrical charge, but sidetrack is the accurate term, as it sort of gives the lightning a safe journey to travel, preferably than through your valuable electrical devices.

Surge Arrester preserves the system from lightning, switching, electrical blemishes, and other guests’ voltage and surges while Lightning Arrester is principally used for lightning strikes and associated surges.

The current versus time graph shows clearly that lightning is neither AC nor DC.