New Furse guide on solutions for trapezoidal cladding systems
Today many buildings use trapezoidal cladding systems for their roofs and exterior elevations. Where this cladding is punctured by a lightning strike, the building and its contents below may be at significant risk of damage.
Repair costs to the roof and contents, as well as any unnecessary downtime incurred, would be considered unacceptable to companies and public service institutions.
Therefore in this new guide, we take an in-depth look at recommended lightning protection solutions for trapezoidal cladding systems and how these buildings can be suitably protected to IEC/BS EN 62305 standards.
Read the Furse guide to trapezoidal cladding systems here >>