We want to keep you informed about all the news related to Lightning Protection Systems (lightning rods, overvoltage protection and thunderstorm detectors) standard’s updates, specific training and workshops held at Aplicaciones Tecnológicas, as well as any application and download we develop in our company.
The Queen's Club, one of the most prestigious sports clubs in London, has completely renewed its lightning protection system and has relied on our early streamer emission (ESE) air terminals to ensure the safety of facilities and attendees.
Permanent overvoltages are voltage surges above 10% of the nominal value of the distribution network which are maintained for several cycles or permanently. They are normally caused by a defective connection of the neutral or by a failure in the transformation centre.
Da Pena Palace, located in the mountains of Sintra (Portugal), is already protected against the direct effects of lightning strikes with a wide range of products from Aplicaciones Tecnológicas S.A., such as early streamer emission lightning rods, Franklin rods, masts, adapters, anchors, lightning event counter, clips, clamps, etc.
Aplicaciones Tecnológicas S.A. is a company committed to the Environment. We use our experience of over 30 years to manufacture high quality products that are, at the same time, environmentally responsible.
The castle is a major tourist and culture attraction source for Peñíscola (Castellón – Valencian Community). It is located in the upper part of the city, on a hill by the sea. One of its towers was the chosen place for the installation of the DAT CONTROLER® PLUS ESE air terminal. Our ESE air terminals fulfil all the regulatory requirements, they have the N mark of AENOR and they are designed to work in adverse weather conditions such as heavy rain, with an insulation over 95%.
The 7th Edition of the congress united over 400 attendees with the aim of learning and hearing about sector innovations.
The acquisition of new Pick&Place machinery allows for an increased production and improved electronic circuit boards.
The 33rd International Conference on Lightning Protection took place in the beautiful town of Estoril – Portugal, from the 25th to the 30th of September 2016.