Modular Lightning Protection for Railway Enclosures

nVent ERICO Introduces Modular Lightning Protection for Railway Enclosures

Complete Lightning Protection Kit

The nVent ERICO Modular Lightning Protection for outdoor railway enclosures is a comprehensive solution used to PROTECT CRITICAL ASSETS and PERSONNEL along the wayside and in yards. Exposure to lightning strikes in the rail environment is unavoidable, and can cause serious damage, delays and expense. The nVent ERICO Modular Lightning Protection kit is a solution that can be attached to bungalows, as well as smaller stand-alone enclosures that may not be covered by surrounding lightning protection equipment.

Modular Lightning Protection for Rail

Turnkey Lightning Protection

nVent ERICO Modular Lightning Protection for Railway Enclosures is COST EFFICIENT, EASILY SCALABLE and can be CUSTOMIZED to meet any requirement. We make protecting outdoor enclosures easy by arranging nVent ERICO LP equipment in a coordinated combination, expertly designed to provide best in practice electrical protection out of the box. This system functions to bear the impact of the lightning strike and direct the energy to the ground, and can include all, or a combination of the following:

  • Air Terminal
  • Base
  • Insulated Stranded Conductor
  • Stamped Adhesive Cable Fastener
  • Adhesive
  • Ground Rod + Coupler
  • nVent ERICO Cadweld Plus One Shot
  • nVent ERICO Cadweld Plus Impulse Electronic Control Unit (Optional)

For more information, read the full data sheet.

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