Why YOU Should Attend Harger's Lightning Protection Installation Training:
We understand it's hard to take time out of busy schedules to attend training so we've put together reasons why we think you should sign up today. By attending our class you'll develop a relationship with Harger and learn how we will fully support your project from start to finish!
• Learn a potential new revenue stream
• Taught by an industry expert
• Covers all installation practices
• Review NFPA 780 requirements
• Uncover the myths and do's and don'ts of Lightning Protection Installation
• View an installed system
• Hands-on learning
• Earn BICSI and CEC hours* (certain states apply)
• Classes available monthly
• Partner with Harger to receive full technical support
- Material Estimates, Full Submittals, On-Site Pre-Installation Meetings, Post-Installation Inspections, UL Certification
• No charge to attend
Course Schedule & Enrollment
Please submit your request to attend and we will contact you.
Training Start Date
Training End Date
Course By: Mark S. Harger
President/Owner Harger Lightning & Grounding
301 Ziegler Drive
Grayslake, IL 60030
Phone: 800-842-7437 or 847-548-8700
Training Location: Grayslake, IL
THIS IS NOT AN ONLINE COURSE
Attendees are responsible for their own travel and lodging expenses.
Course/Presentation Description: : To review lightning protection design and installation
requirements compliant with nationally recognized
standards NFPA 780 and UL 96A.
Section 1: Introduction to Lightning Protection : Definition of a lightning protection system and it’s
four main components, Relevant Standards, Materials, UL Markings, Corrosion Protection
Section 2: Ground Work : Ground work aspect of a lighting protection system, Key Definitions,
Requirements, System Components, Suggested Tools and Critical Points
Section 3: Down Conductors & Bonding : Down conductors and related bonding aspects of a
lightning protection system, Key Definitions and Requirements, Techniques and Installation Practices,
Section 4: Rooftops : Roof Types, Zone of Protection, Components used on rooftops, Suggested Tools, Critical Points
Section 5: Concealed Systems : Concealed Systems Installation Guidelines, Structural Steel Systems
Section 6: Bonding Requirements & Potential Equalization : Bonding of Metal Bodies, Potential Equalization
Section 7: Surge Protection Devices : Definitions, Power Service Entrances Requirements,
Communications Surge Protection Requirements, Installation Requirements
Harger's Lightning Protection Installation Class is an approved continuing education course in the electrical field by several states. By attending, electricians licensed in these states can earn hours necessary for license renewal. Harger submits all paperwork to the state and covers all fees associated with license renewal. To receive continuing education hours, please bring the electrician license to class for processing.