Nfpa-780 Standard 2011 Edition

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Description of NFPA 780 2011 A broader scope and technical changes in 2011 NFPA 780 reduce risks from lightning exposure. Follow the latest lighting exposure safeguards in the 2011 NFPA 780: Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems. Major additions and technical revisions in this edition make it a 'must' for everyone responsible for reducing hazards associated with lightning--from designers and to installers, to insurance professionals and AHJs. Improve safety with vital updates, including: • A new chapter on protection for wind turbines • A new chapter for lightning protection of structures housing ammunition and explosive materials • A new section on rooftop helipads • Clarified requirements for strike termination devices at the eaves for a pitched roof • Revised lightning risk assessment methodology (Annex L) now provides both a simplified, quick-look assessment and a more detailed assessment for those requiring in-depth analysis.

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