ETS-Lindgren DEI RF Shielded Enclosure

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The ETS-Lindgren DEI Copper screen enclosures are used where absence of a sense of confinement or where casual observation from the outside is desirable. The superior shielding characteristics obtained from ETS-Lindgren screen enclosures are primarily the result of DEI construction, which permits screen to be used where solid double shield construction would ordinarily be used.

In some applications, screen enclosures eliminate the need for additional ventilation. Where required, exhaust fans or connections to existing air handling systems are easily added. Screen rooms are very easy to assemble because of the inherent flexibility of the shielding material which requires lower clamping pressures than are generally required with steel and other rigid materials.

Kick-plates or protective paneling are used to protect the lower 32" on the inside and outside of each wall panel. Kick-plates are made of an attractive wood grain paneling. A color coordinated vinyl tile is installed over 3/4" plywood panels which are connected with 1/8" thick, 4" wide aluminum strips to provide an entirely flush modular floor system.

The ETS-Lindgren DEI door employs a number of unique proprietary and patented features which contribute to its superior performance characteristics and durability. All hardware and door seals are designed to maintain electrical isolation between the inner and outer shields. Doors are side hinged and supported by three heavy duty hinges to provide sag-free mounting and have been cycle tested up to 25,000 operations.

A three-point roller bearing latching system applies uniform pressure to two sets of spring temper phosphor bronze contact fingers to provide leak-proof seals for both the inner and outer shields.

The three-point clamping system draws the door into a closed position when the 28" panic type handle is pulled up with a force of less than 30 pounds. A positive opening pressure is applied to the door when the handle is pushed down to open. The handle and lever arms, which apply clamping pressure, are adjustable as are the contact fingers.

Single, double and vestibule door systems are available in most sizes and with a variety of options, including color-coordinated or wood-grained veneer finishes, view windows, access openings, ramps, locks, alarms, interlocks and microwave absorber seals. Flush floor systems are also optional. Optional auto latch door available.