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Our team of trained and diligent professionals has enabled us to manufacture, supply and export Stormaster Lightning Arrester. These products help in detecting and restricting lightening strikes and electrical surge in buildings. Known for their effective functioning and easy installation, these products have earned the trust of the clients. Stormaster Lightner Arrester is available with us in different sizes and shapes in accordance to the needs of our respected patrons.
LPI's High Voltage Shielded Cable (HVSC) is a high integrity low impedance cable, which is designed to convey lightning energy to ground with minimal risk of side flashing or structure electrification. The need to reduce side flashing and structure electrification protects both personnel and sensitive electronic equipment from the devastating risks of a lightning strike.
The design of the HVSC incorporates carefully selected dielectric components to ensure optimum performance under high impulse conditions, this design provides a low inductance per unit length with low surge impedance. Upon the injection of lightning current through the HVSC, the voltage rise in comparison to a standard conventional down conductor such as flat copper tape is reduced by a factor of between 25 and 30.
The HVSC provides flexible installations options, whereby the cable can be installed internal to the building through air ducts, electrical cable risers, or external to the building.
Stormaster Lightning Arrester Technical Data:
|HVSC Configuration:||7 Layer cable consisting of the following. |
Inner Binding Tape
Outer Binding Tape
|Concentric Conductor:||Nominal cross sectional area 90mm2|
|Sheath Thickness (Nominal):||3.00mm|
|Overall Diameter (Approx):||37mm|
|Weight of Cable:||2.050 kg per metre|
|Electrical Characteristics:||DC Resistance of conductor at 20oC (Max) Ohm/km 0.387 |
DC Resistance of screen at 20ºC (Max) Ohm/km 0.448
Insulation resistance at 20ºC (Min) M Ohm-km 1,830
Thermal Short circuit current (1 second) KA 7.15