|From:||"Roger Kissel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Wed, 03 Jan 2007 22:45:22 -0500|
With talk about lightning protection, I recall seeing a site showing a static dissipator that looked like a fuzzy ball, placed atop the tower. It supposedly dissipates the corona charge on the tower so the lightning doesn't strike the tower. I kinda shrugged and passed on from it. I found it while I was surfing for Rohn 45.
It consisted of a brush made out of about 200 (says them) stainless steel wires, crimped into a holder, each bent so that the resultant product looked kinda like a 'feather-duster'.
Does anybody know what this product is called ?
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