Its history dates back to the 1700s, when Italian Luigi Galvani
carried out tests on dead frogs.
in Italy had discovered that touching a severed frog leg with metal instruments caused the leg to quiver
Lind, born in 1736, recreated the work of Italian Luigi Galvani
, who made dead frogs' legs twitch using electricity.
After a very long circuitous route involving Benjamin Franklin flying a kite in a thunderstorm; Luigi Galvani
making a dismembered frog's leg twitch; Michael Faraday and his magnificent magnets and the combined efforts and innovations of Edison, Swan, Westinghouse, Tesla, Ampere and Ohm, we are now at a point where living without electricity is unthinkable.
Contractor address : Via dell~Industria 2; Via Luigi Galvani
17/B; Via Pitagora 435