Silos Complex Lightning protection system for NFRA Babati, Panda and Sumbawanga Projects for Tanzania is produced by Elmashprom LLC / ELMAST®/ in Russia and installed by a Tanzanian company: Amj Global Multi Contractors Co Ltd .
Today, the products of the production company Elmashprom-grounding systems and lightning protection of a high degree of reliability, produced under the brand ELMAST, you can find not only in the harsh Russian North, but also in hot Africa. Tanzania is a country with a dynamically growing economy, an excellent climate and a large number of natural phenomena, including a lot of thunderstorms.In these conditions, it is important to have a good lightning protection of various operated objects: buildings and structures.
In a tropical climate and high humidity, one of the most important indicators of the quality of a lightning protection system is its reliability and service life. The service life of the lightning protection system is achieved by the method used to protect products from corrosion and the materials of fasteners. In ELMAST lightning protection systems, hot zinc is used to protect steel products from corrosion. The thickness of the hot zinc coating depends on the thickness of the substrate (metal thickness) and averages 45-55 microns for parts with a thickness of 1.5 to 3 mm, and 55-70 microns for parts with a thickness of 3-6 mm. The fasteners are made of AISI 304 stainless steel.
The quality of products for lightning protection and grounding meets the high requirements of the standards.This was appreciated and recognized by Buyers not only from Russia, but also from Germany, the United States, France, Japan and other countries. Africa also joined them.
Now you can order high-quality products for lightning protection and grounding ELMAST in Tanzania, from the company:
Amp Global Multi Contractors Co Ltd.
Road 8, Near Azania bank, Dodoma-Tanzania
Deliveries will start in October 2020. Already in early 2021, the installation was completed: Silos Complex Lightning protection system for NFRA Babati, Panda and Sumbawanga Projects.
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