EMI, RFI, and EMC Services
You just spent millions on an electron microscope, how will you protect it from EMI/RFI?
Your building or site could be too close to power utilities, cellphone towers, and a host of other risks.
Our technicians can measure on-site conditions or simulate the predicted conditions of average and peaks for new electrical upgrades and many other variables of EMI/RFI interference.
A multitude of risk factors
Industrial EMI/RFI and EMC challenges are proportional to the size of the projects. Some involve control rooms and small industrial processing facilities, and others involve entire plants or major utility grids, generator plants, transmission/distribution lines and substations. We’ve seen it all before, many times.
Anticipate your threats, in any environment
We have experience simulating, recording, and evaluating all manner of potential EMI/RFI impacts, such as electrified and diesel rail systems on nearby buildings, hospitals and research facilities. We have performed feasibility and impact studies for clients such as University of New South Wales (UNSW), Ottawa University, Francis Crick Institute (FCI), and University of Arizona light rail system.
What do our services protect you from? Here’s a short list: EMF emissions from subways, electric trains, transmission and distribution lines, transformers, secondary feeders, switchgear rooms, substations, industrial processing facilities, RF transmitters, microwaves, and radar sources. Not only are humans at risk, today’s servers, IT and telephony equipment, data centers, and multi-media equipment have EMI susceptibility requirements as required by EMC immunity standard CENELEC EN 55035:2017.
When EMF levels exceed acceptable human exposure and EMI/RFI equipment susceptibility levels, Vitatech recommends, designs and installs customized, state-of-the-art mitigation solutions for our clients.
High voltage DC transmission and inverter Plants.
EMC testing for workers and staff with implantable devices (i.e., pacemakers, defibrillators and insulin pumps, etc.)
We test RF equipment, towers, transmitters (including WiFi) and antenna farms to verify compliance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC), OET Bulletin 65, Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human Exposure to Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields.
Stray Voltage/ Stray Current problems can occur in buildings, electrified rails systems, transmission/distribution systems and substation.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Testing is critical to evaluate residential, commercial and industrial products with compliance to various standards: FCC, IEEE, IEC, etc.
Semiconductor Instrumentation, Processing Equipment and Human Health Exposure Protection: