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Lightning Protection System Materials

We use the following materials for lightning protection systems.

Conductor Cables
Copper conductors: 1/2″ diameter braided cable consisting of 32 strands of 17 gauge copper wire.
Aluminum conductors: 5/8″ diameter braided cable consisting of 26 strands of 14 gauge aluminum wire.
All Materials Meet or Exceed UL 96/96A NFPA 780 LPI 175/177 Requirements
Air Terminal Rods
Copper sizes range from 3/8″ x 10″ to 1/2″ x 24″
Aluminum sizes range from 1/2″ x 10″ to 1/2″ x 24″
Rods over 24″ are available to order with a required brace.
Ground Terminals
10 foot x 1/2″ copper ground rod
Lightning Arrestors

The above are installed on electric service panels.  This prevents high voltage from entering a property/structure from the incoming wires.  The arrestor is the filter that defray incoming voltage, that will prevent a lightning-induced electrical fire or an explosion.

Surge Suppressors

Surge suppressors are installed for the appliance, electronic equipment, computer and electrical outlets.  This provides point-of-entry surge suppression from lightning induced power surges.

Structures like data centers contain sensitive electronic equipment.  For this they require individual surge suppressors.  Although surge suppressors are not a required component of UL approved lightning protection system, we can implement them with the lightning protection system when required.

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At Coastal Lightning Rods, LLC of Florida, our mission is to protect you and your property from lightning strikes. We can work with you to inspect, design, maintain and install the best lightning protection and surge protection system throughout the state Florida, entire South East, Gulf Coast and Atlantic Coast. We provide lightning protection services throughout the state of Florida, entire South East, Gulf Coast and Atlantic Coast.  We also provide lightning protection in Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee and beyond. Call us today for a free consultation.

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