EMI-RFI Shielding Security Doors

EMI-RFI Shielding Security Doors

Our EMI-RFI shieldingn doors have been designed and tested to reduce the passage of electromagnetic waves.


EI30s EI60s

CE certified

Internally reinforced

Anti-corrosion coating

C4, C5 Class locks

Sound insulation

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EMI-RFI Shielding Security Doors

Our EMI-RFI Shielding doors have been designed and tested to reduce the passage of electromagnetic waves. This is accomplished by using materials and manufacturing methods that block or absorb electromagnetic waves.
These doors are commonly used in facilities that require a high level of electromagnetic shieldings, such as laboratories, data centres and other sensitive electronic environments. They are also used in the military, aerospace and medical industries, where electromagnetic compatibility is a must.

Declared properties:
Electromagnetic attenuation in the frequency range from 10 MHz to 1 GHz for the electric component:
Measured during testing at 47 dB
Declared 40 dB.

Our security doors are bespoke

The price fluctuates based on door sizes, project location, technical specifications, and specific customer preferences regarding integration with the access control system. These are just a few factors to consider. For a precise price estimate, please fill out the form below.

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Adherence to EN standards is expected in all commercial projects. Our security doors are tested and certified according to European Union norms.

Fire Resistance
According to EN 16034: 2014
Burglar Resistance Classification
According to EN 1627: 2012
Multiple closing and opening
According to EN 12400: 2004
Corrosion resistance
According to EN ISO 12944-2: 2001
Water tightness
According to EN 12208: 2001
Sound insulation
According to EN ISO 717-1: 1999
Thermal permeability
According to EN ISO10077-1: 2007
Operational forces
According to EN 12217: 2005
Mechanical strength
According to EN 1192: 2001