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For over 30 years Tynagh Network Systems have been providing the very best advice, products, safety improvement surveys, custom electrical short-circuiting equipment design, electrical safety training and services in the Electrical Safety and Construction field.
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Certified to IS EN 61230
WE ARE DIFFERENT, WE OFFER PEACE OF MIND.
Some Companies offer earthing and short-circuiting equipment which is “in accordance with IS EN 61230”.
Tynagh Networks offer equipment which is Certified to IS EN 61230. There is a huge difference. One is based on hope, the other is based on proof.
In accordance with IS EN 61230 means: in accordance with parts of the Standard but not all, nothing is proven or independently verified, therefore, it may or may not provide protection. The product cannot be certified to IS EN 61230.
Certified to IS EN 61230. means: independently verified fit for purpose and in full compliance IS EN 61230: 2008.
The most expensive purchase is the one that doesn’t work. Using equipment which is Certified to Standard takes the guesswork out of safety and provides peace of mind for the user
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High Voltage Protection
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY & unsafe work practices
IS YOUR SAFETY EQUIPMENT FIT FOR PURPOSE? CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE LOGIC OR SCIENCE SUPPORTING THIS PRACTICE? €10,000 IF YOU CAN. IS YOUR SAFETY EQUIPMENT FIT FOR PURPOSE? WILL IT PROTECT YOU? WILL IT TRIP THE BREAKER? The following...
the volts may jolt - but it's the mills that kill! CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE LOGIC OR SCIENCE SUPPORTING THIS PRACTICE? €10,000 IF YOU CAN. It is accepted worldwide that it is not the amount of voltage, but the amount of current, that poses a...
Should you trust your life to a wet or aged conductive wooden pole? In the above sketch there are three parallel resistances that form current paths to earth. The total resistance to earth is calculated as follows: the worker on pole plus 2 earthed poles. 1 ...