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At Aplicaciones Tecnológicas S.A. we are experts in Lightning protection. We have at your disposal all the latest technology and we are constantly innovating, providing suitable solutions to each particular case, for an integrated, safe and complete protection.

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Surges at home: statistics

Surges at home: statistics    
16/01/2020
A surge is an increase in the voltage of the electrical network and It can cause damage to the installation and electronic equipment in your home. In the United States, electric shock claims to insurance companies were estimated to be $909 million. This amount claimed comes from 78,000 users only.
Aplicaciones Tecnológicas organizes free training courses in January and February 2020    
Aplicaciones Tecnológicas organizes free online webinars aimed at professionals. 
Happy holidays!    
19/12/2019
From Aplicaciones Tecnológicas we wish you a Merry Christmas and a great New Year 2020.
Golf courses: the danger of thunderstorms    
There are two relevant data facts to keep in mind when evaluating the danger of lightning in golf courses. Firstly, the annual average of death casualties in golf courses is 13 people worldwide, being the majority due to electrical discharges caused by storms. Secondly, 5% of the total deaths caused by lightning strikes in the US occur in golf courses.