Series 200 – Air Terminals or Lightning Rods
The most noticeable component of a lightning protection system, lightning rods (also called air terminals, strike termination devises, decorative finials or Franklin Rods) can be made out of copper, aluminum or stainless steel. Invented by Benjamin Franklin in 1749, lightning rods are now found all over the world to protect structures from damages caused by lightning strikes. The rods are connected to the rest of the lightning protection system by some sort of compatible metal. Today’s rods are most commonly found pointed or rounded on the top. The bottoms of the lightning rods are threaded so they can be attached to a base of compatible material. You can also find the rods coated in lead and nickel for specific projects.
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3/8" Copper Air Terminals - Lightning Rods
1/2" Copper and Aluminum Air Terminals - Lightning Rods
5/8" Copper and Aluminum Air Terminals - Lightning Rods
5/8 Diameter Air Terminals - Lightning Rods
Tubular Copper Air Terminals - Lightning Rods
Tubular Aluminum Air Terminals - Lightning Rods