Our EMI / RFI shielding enclosures involve constructing lead walls, making penetrations and forming lead baffles. Radiation shielding can entail 25kg chevron blocks, lead sheet or plates all in varying thicknesses dependent on the calculations of the Radiation Protection Advisor.
Our EMI / RFI shielding enclosures have walls built as a stand along partition or formed against an existing structural wall, and we can build up a decorative finish level. All our work is supported by a diversity of EEP radiation doors, including neutron.
Our linac bunker shielding uses microwave technology to accelerate electrons in order for them to collide with a heavy metal target and result in a release of high-energy x-rays and other types of radiation. Concrete is normally used to protect against radiation however we offer specialist shielding option to allow access routes to and within the bunker. These include manufacturing neutron shielded doors and lining passage ways with boronated polyethylene panels.