High-rise buildings are the most susceptible to dangerous lightning strikes, especially high-rise buildings in Florida, the lightning capital of the United States. On average, Florida receives 70 to 100 days with at least one thunderstorm each year. Due to this, Florida receives the highest number of lightning strikes and unfortunately, these strikes target the tallest object in proximity to the electrical charges. When there is a static discharge during a thunderstorm, the charges often target the highest point in the area.  

High-rise buildings tend to be the tallest object in the path of a thunderstorm. Protect your high-rise buildings and residents from dangerous lightning strikes with CMCE Lightning Prevention. The CMCE Lightning Suppressor uses the science of deionization combined with the practice of grounding to prevent lightning before it strikes, exceeding prevention levels of any other product on the market. It is 100% effective and lightweight, operates without power, and protects 500,000 square feet. 

With more than 9,000 customers worldwide, including Bonnet Springs Park in Lakeland, Florida, and Panama City, Florida municipal buildings, the CMCE is rapidly becoming the preferred technology for lightning protection systems. 

Prevent physical and financial damage by contacting [email protected].