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Conductors

The actual conductor is by far the largest and most significant component of any structural lightning protection or earthing system, and it is likely to be a lightning protection or earthing system designer's first consideration.

When designing a structural lightning protection system using the Faraday Cage principle, it is possible to use one or more conductor systems; namely flat tape, solid circular or stranded cable.

The decision of which type to choose is frequently influenced by historical or aesthetic preferences specific to a country rather than the superiority of one type over another. Furse provides high-quality conductors as well as the necessary fittings for all three systems.


Conductor Colour Chart

The choice of a lightning protection conductor is usually governed by its aesthetic impact on the structure to be protected. For many people the term lightning conductor conjures up an image of a bright green strip running down the spire of a church. This would clearly be unacceptable to the owner / architect of a modern structure.

In order to reduce the impact of an external system Furse offer a range of UV stabilised PVC covered tapes and solid circular conductors in colours chosen to match common building materials.

Conductor-Colour-Chart


Copper Conductor Ratings

The choice of a lightning protection conductor is usually governed by its aesthetic impact on the structure to be protected. For many people the term lightning conductor conjures up an image of a bright green strip running down the spire of a church. This would clearly be unacceptable to the owner / architect of a modern structure.

In order to reduce the impact of an external system Furse offer a range of UV stabilised PVC covered tapes and solid circular conductors in colours chosen to match common building materials.

Copper-Conductor-Ratings

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