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What if lightening strikes my unit?


Michael Faraday invented the “Faraday Cage” in 1836 to protect against electrocution. In fact, electrical lineman wear a Faraday Cage when working on high-voltage lines. All of our shelters are a Faraday Cage and the result is the electrical charge is eliminated from the interior. It is impossible to be electrocuted in a Survive-A-Storm shelter.

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