Surviving a Lightning Strike with DNB Engineering and Outdoor Channel

DNB Engineering Inc. is proud to be a part of amazing Outdoor Channel series, Survival Science, where every episode, the adventure, excitement, pyrotechnics, and danger are real!

Nick Mundt and Laura Schara together with Bryan Broaddus, The President at DNB Engineering Inc. company were exploring how dangerous the Lightning can be as one of the most powerful natural phenomena and what to do to survive. Some “explosive” experiments, they’ll determine the power lightning and how it behaves.  And they’ll find out how can hunters and fishermen best protect themselves?

Check out an electrifying episode of Survival Science that was filmed at DNB Engineering,   State-Of-The-Art Direct Effect Lightning Facility.

Watch it Tonight, July 24th,  at 9PM on the Outdoor Channel!

About DNB Engineering Inc:

DNB Engineering continues to lead the industry in Direct Effects Lightning Testing with their unrivaled capabilities, which include: High Voltage Attachment Testing (3.0MV Marx Generator), Swept Channel Attachment Testing, High Current Physical Damage Testing (Component A, B, C, D), Structural Testing, Component Testing and Fuel System Testing.

In their test lab in Anaheim, DNB performs all Direct Effects Testing according to the following specifications or requirements:

  • RTCA DO-160, Section 23
  • SAE ARP5412, ARP5413, ARP5414, ARP5415, ARP5416
  • SAE AE4L
  • MIL-STD-1757 (T01, T02, T03, T04, T05)
  • MIL-STD-464
  • Meets FAA AC 20-136
  • EUROCAE ED-14D, ED-105
  • AC/AMJ20-53B, AS5830
  • Near Strike Lightning
  • High Voltage Waveforms

The Direct Effects Lightning Test Facility is located at 2311 W La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA.

For more information about DNB Engineering and our testing services, please call (714) 870-7781 or visit our web site @ www.dnbenginc.com


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