Electromagnetic shield

A technological advantage that conventional systems cannot provide

The design in the form of an electromagnetic shield is used to minimise the harmful effects of EMP, caused by intra-cloud lightning, solar storms, lightning strikes outside the radius of coverage or high frequency emissions from telecommunications towers, radar, antennas, etc.

High-rise infrastructures, critical telecommunications such as radar, control centres, repeaters that monitor critical facilities are affected mostly by earth-induced voltage surges and EMPs, air-radiated waves.

In these cases, the DDCE will act as a sink for variable radio-frequency electric fields, without retransmitting them outwards, thus lowering the voltage in the receiving area to levels which are non-harmful to people and facilities. In the event of an extreme voltage surge, the DDCE will behave like a thermal fuse, absorbing part of the heat energy by melting its external components, thus minimizing these effects, although in this case it may sustain some damage.

For ground protection, Dinnteco has developed a ground filter (DNNFT) specially designed for high frequency surges, as generated by lightning. Distancing the lightning from strike from the structure we with to protect allows us to reduce the intensity of EMPs and voltage surges to earth, which can then be handled through conventional means such as meshes, voltage protectors, spark paths, etc.

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