BS:EN 62305

An Overview of the Key Elements of a Lightning Protection System

People often ask us for a simple explanation of what lightning protection is and how the need for it is determine

Global Warming’s Catastrophic Effects Set to Increase Lightning Storms

Global warming is spiralling out of control. Heatwaves and fires that occurred once every 50 years are happening every decade. Lightning storms now occur more regularly in the middle of summer and more chaotically in winter.

How Do Air Terminals Work?

Air Terminals are the metaphorical tip of the iceberg in a lightning protection system. Despite being relatively small in appearance, air terminals protect buildings and residential areas during thunderstorms by acting as the interception point for lightning strikes.

Why You Need Surge Protection

Today we live in a world that is highly dependent upon the continuous and reliable operation of electronic systems. In-fact, we take it for granted that they will always be there

NEW Kingsmill range of mains power co-ordinated Surge Protection Devices keeps product selection simple

These mains devices are fully co-ordinated to allow ease of installation and comply with BS:EN 62305 (lightning protection) and EN 61643-11 (surge protection devices).

Key staff achieve ATLAS certification for Lightning Protection design

We’re pleased to announce that key members of Kingsmill staff have passed the ATLAS accreditation examinations for Parts 1 – 4 of BS:EN 62305 Lightning Protection Design.

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