Tutorial videos

Here you will find useful tutorials on the installation of our products in the area of Surge Protection as well as Lightning Protection / Earthing. Visit our YouTube channel for more.

Lightning Protection / Earthing

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    Installation rebar clip DEHNclip

    In this video we show you how much time you can save when installing the new rebar clip DEHNclip compared to conventional clamps.

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    How to straighten aluminium conductors with a drilling machine

    This video shows how to use a drilling machine to prepare an aluminium conductor for the installation in a lightning protection system.

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    How to straighten steel wire

    This video shows how to use a wire straightener to prepare steel wire for the installation in a lightning protection system.

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    Tutorial installing HVIlong Conductor into the supporting tube

    The HVIlong is a high-voltage-resistant insulated down conductor for keeping the separation distance to electrically conductive parts in your lightning protection system according to IEC/EN 62305-3. It can be used up to an equivalent separation distance s ≤ 75 cm (in air) or s ≤ 150 cm (solid building material). For on-site assembly, the HVIlong Conductor is delivered in a length of 100 m on a disposable plywood reel (diameter approx. 800 mm, width approx. 485 mm) incl. one Allen key.

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    Installation comparison: Maxi MV clamp with tear-off screw vs. exothermic welding

    In this video we show you how much time you can save when installing the new Maxi MV clamp with tear-off screw compared to exothermic welding. Maxi MV clamp fulfills international standards according to DIN EN 62561-1.

Surge Protection

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    Installation of a surge arrester into the sub-distribution board | Part 1/3

    This video series demonstrates the proper installation of a type 2 surge arrester into the electrical sub-distribution board of a residential building.

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    Installation of a combined arrester for protecting the telephone connection | Part 1/3

    This series of videos, demonstrates the correct installation of a lightning current and surge arrester (combined arrester) for protecting the telecommunication connection at the entrance point into a residential building.

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    Installation of a surge arrester for coaxial satellite/ TV systems | Part 1/2

    This series of videos shows the correct installation of a surge arrester for the protection of coaxial SAT/TV systems.

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    Installation of a type 3 arrester in the final circuit | Part 1/2

    This video series demonstrates the proper installation of a type 3 surge arrester for 230 volt installations at terminal device level.

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