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Re: lightning advice

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Originally Posted by noelex77 View Post
isn't that what I said.

Chef2sail you seem convinced everyone is trying to sell something. Nothing to sell by me. A lightning grounding system uses standard components like heavy gauge wire.
No not you nolex, but Frogwatch was. He has since removed it from his posts but he was trying to sell and bonding/ grounding system.

He has either removed it now voluntarily or was asked to remove it. Here is part of what his post said

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Originally Posted by Frogwatch
Having routinely worked with multi-million volt potentials, I disagree with some advice given here. One can minimize the probability of the strike going thru certain paths by offering a much better path and eliminating paths that you do not desire.
Most effective would be a very good lightning ground.

Shameless commercial plug:

My new company is now selling a lightning groundv
Thats what I was referring to
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