Reference : P1591
The Prevectron 3 T Early Streamer Emission Lightning Rod Remote Control is dedicated to the testing of air terminals installed on a site
Reference : P1580 - P1585
The Remote Testing Module includes high performance batteries, encapsulated glass solar panels. It can be fitted to every Prevectron 3 Lightning Rod model.
Reference : P1503T - P1503TC
INDELEC proposes an innovative approach for the maintenance of its Prevectron3 TS10 Early Streamer Emission lightning rod: a modular design offering a wide range of solutions to meet all sites requirements and clients’ maintenance expectations.
Reference : P1513T - P1513 TC
INDELEC proposes an innovative approach for the maintenance of its Prevectron3 TS25 Early Streamer Emission lightning rod: a modular design offering a wide range of solutions to meet all sites requirements and clients’ maintenance expectations.
Reference : P1523
The PREVECTRON® 3 S40 Early Streamer Emission lightning conductor combines the latest technologies: OptiMax® technology, modularity, first ever UL certified ESE air terminal, eco-design...
Reference : P1543
The PREVECTRON® 3 S60 Early Streamer Emission lightning conductor combines the latest technologies: OptiMax® technology, modularity, first ever UL certified ESE air terminal, eco-design...
Reference : P1503
The PREVECTRON® 3 TS10 Early Streamer Emission lightning conductor combines the latest technologies: OptiMax® technology, modularity, first ever UL certified ESE air terminal, eco-design...
Reference : P1513
The PREVECTRON® 3 TS25 Early Streamer Emission (ESE) lightning conductor combines the latest technologies: OptiMax® technology, modularity, first ever UL certified ESE air terminal, eco-design...
Reference : P1533
The PREVECTRON® 3 S50 Early Streamer Emission lightning conductor combines the latest technologies: OptiMax® technology, modularity, first ever UL certified ESE air terminal, eco-design...
Reference : P1590
The new PREVECTRON® 3 tester integrates the "Fast Connect Technology" that considerably eases the Early Streamer Emission air terminal test procedure on site without dismounting the lightning conductor.
Reference : P1207
The ESE Lightning Conductor TS2.10 MH has been specially designed in copper to suit Heritage Buildings aesthetics requirements.
Reference : P1206C
The ESE Lightning Conductor TS2.25 MH has been specially designed in copper to suit Heritage Buildings aesthetics requirements.
Reference : P1214
The ESE Lightning Conductor TS3.40 MH has been specially designed in copper to suit Heritage Buildings aesthetics requirements.
Reference : P8011
The lightning flash counter is designed to keep a record of all direct lightning strikes on the external lightning protection system.
Reference : P8014
The advanced lightning flash counter counts and records all direct lightning strikes and it shows the date, hour and peak current of the lightning discharge.
Reference : P1052B - P1053C
This particular lightning rod has been designed to provide good protection to weather vanes and collective aerials, or it can be used on its own with Indelec elevation poles.
Reference : P1041C
This stainless steel lightning rod has been specially designed to protect industrial chimneys.
Reference : P1021B - P1022B - P1031C
INDELEC’s lightning rods consist of a tapened capturing tip mounted on a support (M20 threated base).
Reference : P4052
The pivoting saddle allows the pointed air rods and conductors to be fixed on a non-horizontal support.
Reference : P4051 - P4061
The brass angle saddle allows offset fixing of the pointed air rod. It also allows for either a round or a flat conductor to be connected.
Reference : P4050 - P4060
The kit consists of a brass mounting base with fixing screws for the air rod (for flat conductor) or a copper collar placed at the base of the air rod (for round conductors)
Reference : P3095 - P3096
Interconnect the air rod to its flat or round conductor.
Reference : P4005 - P4006
INDELEC’s pointed air rods, available in chromium-plated copper or stainless steel are tapered at the top and tapped M20 to adapt to elevation pole.
Reference : P4001 - P4002 - P4003 - P4004
INDELEC’s pointed air rods, available in chromium-plated copper or stainless steel are tapered at the top and are tapped M10 at the bottom to allow easy fixing to their mountings.
Steel Tower - Design and manufacturing in France of lattice towers based on your technical specifications: Wind velocity - Wind surface - Geotechnical characteristics.
Reference : P2061 - P2062 - P2063 - P2064 - P2065 - P2066 - P2067
Indelec’s self standing towers are made from high-resistance steel and then dipgalvanized. They allow for lightning rods to be erected up to 36 m for the protection of open areas, for example. They are supplied in kit form, in 3 or 6 m sections. A metal ground bracket is supplied and should be burried in a solid concrete block (see figures in table below). Maximum top surface (Wind zone 2, 112 km/h): 0.25 m2 . Upper termination is designed for lightning conductor fixing pole with press screw (max. dia. 50 mm).
Reference : P2051 - P2052 - P2053 - P2054 - P2055
Made from light-weight dip-galvanized tubing, in lengths of 3m or 6m bolted together.
Reference : P2070 - P2071 - P2072 - P2073 - P2074 - P2075 - P2076 - P2077
Made from dip-galvanized steel, and designed to receive guy wires, these towers come in 3 m sections, 23 cm wide. The sections are M12 bolted (included) together at the joints and the base can be supplied either with a spike or a flat base section for ground mounting. Guy wires are needed every 3 or 6 m on three guy anchors fixed at ground level at a distance from the base equal to half the height of the tower.
Reference : P2001B - P2002 - P2003 - P2004
Made of special «high resistance» steel and galvanised inside and out, Indelec’s elevation poles allow the lightning rod to be raised by up to 6 m without resorting to guy wires.
Reference : P2015 - P2016 - P2017
Made of stainless steel , Indelec’s elevation poles allow the lightning rod to be raised by up to 5m without resorting to guy wires.
Reference : P3082 - P3083
This kit provides all the necessary parts for attaching guy wires to an Indelec 4-section pole.
Reference : P3081
The pivoting base allows a guy-wire-supported pole to be fixed to a ridge beam.
Reference : P3066 - P3067 - P3068
Used to fix a lightning rod on a tubular or square intersection. The sleeve is held in place by 3 press screws.
Reference : P3062 - P3063 - P3065
To ensure the roof stays watertight when installing a pole: Rubber collar clamped around the pole and/or Zinc collar welded to the pole.
Reference : C3678
Used to fix a pole on to a flat roof without the need of guy wires. The Tripod is fixed on roof (up to 10° slope) using concrete blocks without drilling.
Reference : P3052 - P3053
Used to fix a pole on to a flat roof without the need of guy wires. The flat roof roof should be drilled, the holes plugged and the mounting stand then firmly attached with 4 bolts. It can also be fixed on flooring tiles for mounting stand that are laying on the flat roof without drilling.
Reference : P3042
For lightning rod or elevation pole (2m height max) fixing on a wooden or concrete frame.
Reference : C1931
For close offset fixing of a pole to any vertical tubular support (e.g. pole, railings etc.).
Reference : P3034
Used to fix a pole against a vertical or horizontal tubular support.
Reference : C1928 - C1929
Used to fix a pole on any vertical tubular support (e.g. pole, railings etc.). 2 models with different offsets are available.
Reference : C213 - P3024
For the strapping of a pole to a domestic chimney. - Dichromate steel brackets. - Galvanised steel strapping.
Reference : C1926 - C1927
Used to fix a pole on a vertical surface. 2 fixing screw lengths are available.
Reference : C1922 - C1923
Used to fix an offset pole on a vertical surface. The bracket is held in place by 2 cast iron plugs mast.
Reference : P5007
For lightning protection system conductors (normative angle)
Reference : P5021 - C836 - P5022 - P5023 - P5024 - P5025
For Lightning Protection Systems and Grounding.
Reference : P5001 - P5004 - P5005 - P5006 - P5011 - P5012 - P5013 - P5015 - P5016
Standard lightning protection system conductors.
Reference : P6371C - P6473B
Fixing flat conductor (P6371C). Fixing round conductor (P6473B).
Reference : P6071 - P6171 - P6271
Used to fix a flat conductor and provide insulation from the support.
Reference : P6058 - P6059
Down Conductor fixing on tube. Self-locking collar which is permanently tightened around its support thanks dedicated pliers (ref P6060).
Reference : P6051 - P6052 - P6053 - P6054
Used to maintain conductor on tube. The collar is held in place by screwing.
Reference : P6061 - P6062 - P6063
These rivets are used to hold fixings such as clips in place on steel surfaces or cladding panels. The rivets supplied are waterproof.
Reference : P6044
Used with rivets to hold fixings such as clips in place on steel surfaces or cladding panels.
Reference : P6043
These clips hold the tape in place and are either pop-riveted or screwed down.
Reference : P6041
The fold-back clip is first fixed to the support wall by means of pop rivets, metal screws or expanding plugs.
Reference : P6021
Used to fix tape on to a metal roof (e.g. zinc or lead).
Reference : P6001 - P6002 - P6005
Maintain tape conductor on concrete wall.
Reference : P6098 - P6099
Galvanised steel clamps for steel conductors.
Reference : P8004
Used to fix tape (lightning conductor earthing) to copper cable (mains earth).
Reference : P7039
Connection between conductor and earth rod (max 19mm diam.).
Reference : P7040-P7041-P7042
Self-coupling highly conductive copper coated stainless steel rods.
Reference : P7043-P7033
Highly conductive copper coated stainless steel rods.
Reference : P7024
Clamp for “crow-foot” conductors earthing termination interconnection.
Reference : P7022 - P7025
Improving the grounding or when the ground does not allow the insertion rod.
Reference : P7021
«Crow-Foot» earthing system consists of three 7- meter prongs angled at 45°and a 3-metre long central prong which is connected to the test clamp.
Reference : C225 - C427 - SF016
Ensures the down conductor is physically shielded from knocks at ground level.
Reference : P7001
Allows the down conductor to be disconnected from the earthing point so that the earth resistance may be measured.
Reference : P7053
The earth bar is used to connect different earth conductors or metallic masses together.
Reference : P90040
The StorMonitor is a electromagnetic type thunderstorm detector. It registers storm activity and lightning discharges within a 15 km radius fromits antenna.