20 November 2021
Webinar: Lightning Protection & Risk Analysis Based on MS IEC 62035 – Session 1
Date: Saturday, 20 November 2021
Time: 9.00 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. (Registration start at 8.30 a.m.)
Venue: ZOOM Application
Speaker: Mr. Ritesh Lutchman, Wise Pro Sdn. Bhd.
Did you know that Malaysia has adopted the MS IEC 62035 Part 1 to 4 Protection Against Lightning since 2006 while Britain replaced BS6651 with BS EN 62035 from 1st September 2008? What are the main differences between BS6651 and MS IEC 62035? In this webinar, the topics include below:
- Risk Analysis based on MS IEC 62035 Part 2
- Three components of External Lightning Protection: Air Termination, Down Conductors and Earthing
- Rolling Sphere Protection angle and mesh size according to Lightning Protection System (LPS) I, II, III or IV
- Placement of Air Termination Rod based on Rolling Sphere
- Definition and the use of Separation Distance 'S'
- Spacing between down conductors according to LPS I, II, III or IV
- Use of Reinforcement bars as down conductors
- Welded Joints v/s clamped Joints v/s Bound joints v/s latched joints
- Types of Earthing – Type A or Type B
- Equipotential Earthing
This webinar will give better understanding to Engineers and Designers on the application of risk analysis and how to apply the risk analysis outcome to the lightning protection design (External and Internal).
Mr. Ritesh Lutchman obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cape Town in 2003 and Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering in 2005. He is currently the Senior Sales and Marketing Manager at Wisepro Sdn. Bhd. He has been working in the industry for the past 15 years and has gathered great experience in the design, installation, troubleshooting, and site works for the industries mentioned above. He has received extensive training on the Lightning Protection at DEHN Headquarters in Germany. He also received training on power factor capacitors, reactors and harmonics at SHIZUKI Headquarters in Japan, and ATS applications and troubleshooting at VITZROTECH Headquarters in Korea.