Full turnkey solutions

Raymond EMC provides turnkey solutions that start with design and continue through to onsite installation and RF shielding effectiveness certification. We also build in all electrical, HVAC, life-saving system and seismic requirements.

Versatile design capability

Raymond EMC’s modular system can be expanded or reduced to fit virtually any size requirement. Our smaller enclosures are free-standing, while our larger enclosures are tied to a parent room. We model your layout using SolidWorks 3D CAD software, which provides you with highly accurate drawings for approval.

Many of our options – such as vents, penetrations and even doors – are field locatable, meaning we can adjust their position onsite at no extra cost, and with no major design change.

RF shielding performance levels

Magnetic fields

20 dB at 1 kHz rising to 55 dB at 10 kHz

and 95 dB at 200 kHz

Electric fields

100 dB from 200 kHz to 50 MHz

Plane waves

100 dB from 50 MHz to 1 GHz


100 dB at 10 GHz

Contact us for more information if your shielding requirements are not covered here.

Complete line of options

Clients work with our expert team to create custom solutions that can include:

  • RF vestibules
  • RF power line filters
  • Internal electrical distribution
  • RF signal filters
  • Honeycomb waveguide air vents
  • Bulkhead connector panels
  • Copper screen panels
  • Waveguide pipe penetrations
  • Absorber and ferrite tile lining
  • Architectural finishes
  • Functional finishes

Contact us for more options.

Compliance with industry standards


Standard method for measuring the effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding enclosures (2006)


Criteria for design, fabrication, supply, and installation and acceptance testing of walk-in, radio-frequency-shielded enclosures (1999)

UL 1283

Standard for safety – electromagnetic interference filters


Method of insertion loss measurement for radio frequency filters

Two-year warranty

All Raymond EMC QuietShield™ products come with a two-year limited warranty against defective materials and craftsmanship and to retain the specified RF shielding effectiveness.