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Services
  Lightning Risk Analysis
  Soil testing, design, supply and
  installation of Earthing Systems
  Site Survey, design, supply and
  installation of External Lightning
  Protection Systems
  Site Survey, design, supply and
  installation of Internal Lightning
  Protection Systems
  Design, supply and installation of
  Lightning detection and warning
  systems
  Engineering, Procurement &
  Commissioning of Lightning
  Protection Systems
  Training, consulting and
  specification writing
 
 
 
 
Lightning Risk Analysis
 
It is impossible to determine exactly when or where lightning will strike and what damages can it bring. What can be evaluated is the potential risk the facility has towards lightning, the paths through which lightning can cause damages and what can be the financial affects of the whole risk. The advancement of electronic technology over the past several decades demands constant innovation in lightning protection technology as their downtime can be critical for human life and mission critical operations.

Dhruva Technologies Pvt. Ltd has extensive experience in evaluating lightning risks as per international recommendation of IEC and NFC. The reports provide the distribution of risks from direct and induced effects of lightning and areas of the facility which may be most exposed. The detailed analysis provides our engineers a platform to take the most cost effective measures to minimize the risks and it also provides our customers a basis to validate the expenses involved in installing a lightning protection system.
Lightning eliminator
 
Most of the sensitive electronics that gets damaged during lightning storms is also exposed to poor power quality that slowly weakens it's immunity towards high energy transients. Engineers as Dhruva Technologies Pvt. Ltd conduct a detailed power quality analysis for the low voltage sensitive electronics. The risks associated with poor power quality are evaluated together with the risks of induced lightning transients.