Our uniquely designed LightningBox foundation system makes installation possible at sites where the danger exists from high-volatility gas, and where it is not permitted to compromise any membrane bounded system.
This unique system allows for fast setup and pouring of high-density concrete. Once cured, the block is then fully stable to connect a lightning mono-pole via the perfect-fit foundation bolt system and grounding line connection.
This solution makes the process of siting and installing lighting mono-poles much faster, safer and more cost-effective than planted foundation mono-poles.
The combination of LightningBlox foundations and section mono-pole design prevents unnecessary penetration of membrane-bounded systems. Each component can be built in-situ to make siting and setting each mono-pole easier to accomplish with minimal heavy lifting.
Lightweight materials and sectional design means each mono-pole can be constructed and erected faster and safer than ever before. Connectors for each section and grounlines ensures a clean and consistent connection during a strike event.
Our design offers shorter sections that can be transported using short wheel-base vehicles that also do not require heavy-duty equipment to erect. All adding to significant savings that we pass onto our customers.
Olightning are committed to making lightning protection simple withour uniquely designed solutions. Each of our lightning strike solutions is designed to be delivered as an easy-to-use kit form that can be assembled on site using conventional tools.
Our expertise in column product design means you can be confident in our strike protection systems to stand the test of time in any weather and provide long-term peace of mind.
Delivery to site is simple as the whole system comes in easy-to-build kit form that allows lightweight positioning before ballast and concrete are added to make each column unit permanent. This lightweight and simple preparation allows a total system to be in place in a fraction of the conventional upright column install time.

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