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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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What are thunderstorms and how are they formed?

What are thunderstorms and how are they formed?    
A thunderstorm is manifested by a sudden discharge of electricity, which we perceive by an intense and fleeting glow, commonly known as lightning or lightning strike, and by a powerful sound, thunder.
Learn about the Advanced Course of Aplicaciones Tecnológicas on Lightning Protection    
The Online Course of Aplicaciones Tecnológicas on Lightning Protection provides the foundations, method and practical cases so that architects, engineers, electrical installers, technical personnel of companies or professionals related to this sector can design professional lightning protection systems based on the main international regulations.
Update Covid-19 Aplicaciones Tecnológicas Statement    
Dear Customer, From Aplicaciones Tecnológicas we inform you that, following the state of alarm and the new measures laid out by the Government of Spain to deal with Covid-19, we want to communicate that all our commercial team, technicians and administration staff are still operating and working in our usual hours from home office, being able to contact us by the same means as always.
Safety in the construction industry    
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of United States details in its report on “safety in the construction industry” that precautions should be taken to avoid the danger of lightning to workers. In Great Britain alone, according to issue Nº. 401 of The International Journal of Meteorology, reports for over the past 30 years show work-related activities accounted for 15% of the total of deaths due to electrical discharges.