The EMP Engineering Team is dedicated to the analysis, design, fabrication and installation of specialized shielding, components, and systems to mitigate the harmful effects of Electromagnetic Pulse and Geomagnetic Storms on buildings, vehicles, and structures world-wide. Our Team of highly skilled professional engineers, project managers and fabricators have worked on military, government, and private projects world-wide.
Due to varying worldwide conditions, the need now exists for uniform and effective hardening, hardness verification, and hardness maintenance of command and control centers, critical communications, data and computer centers, and intelligence systems that require 100% operations during and after an EMP/HEMP or Geo-Magnetic Storm (GMS) event. In critical time-urgent applications where momentary upsets are mission-aborting, the hardening requirements include stringent facility shielding, point-of-entry (POE) protection and special protective measures.
HEMP Hardening Design Departments/Ministries of Defense
HEMP Hardened Systems Integration Power Grid Operators
Custom HEMP Shielding Fabrication, Installation, and Project Management
HEMP Verification Testing, Hardening, Hardening Assurance, Maintenance, and Remote Surveillance
Custom designs for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), Nuclear and Lightning Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), and TEMPEST solutions
Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) Solutions that integrate with Architectural, Structural, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering services to create a secured and safe shelter / bunker environment
Full Service Professional Architectural, Engineering Solutions, and Products for Hardened Facilities including CBRE (chemical, biological, radiological, explosive) Filters, Structural Engineering, Blast Engineering, and Electrical/Mechanical Engineering
Engineering Solutions to keep your designed environment effective against evolving threats now and in the future
All designs and projects are HEMP hardened per MIL-STD-188-125-2
Portable, custom designed HEMP Resistant Electrical Generators, Communications Centers, and Data Centers fabricated in ISO shipping containers at 10', 20', 30' and 40 foot lengths. These can be ballistic/blast hardened with CRBN Air-Filtration systems. Custom evaluations, installation, and commissioning services included.
Custom HEMP Shielded Rooms designed, built, and installed
Custom Faraday enclosures built to any size
EMP Engineering Team can provide comprehensive and effective hardening, hardening verification, and hardness surveillance of bomb shelters, buildings, facilities, hardened shelters, command/control centers, data processing centers, and business continuity centers against the damaging effects of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), HEMP, GMS, or transportable High-Powered Microwave (HPM) weapons. The function of these facilities supporting critical time-urgent applications requires network interoperability and effective physical protections, electromagnetic shielding, point of entry (POE) protection, and related special protective measures. At EMP Engineering we offer cost effective solutions and full manufacturing capabilities for most any type of HEMP/EMP/GMS mitigated facility along with full hardened shelter design/build services. We are dedicated to the design and implementation of robust, hardened CBRN and EMP measures – including specialized shielding / mitigation, components and sub-systems, to prevent the harmful effects of intentional or unintentional Electromagnetic Pulses and Geomagnetic Storms.
To create a protective electromagnetic-threat facility shield requires an electromagnetic barrier with additional special protective measures that incorporate electrically continuous housings that substantially reduce the coupling of EMP electric and magnetic fields into the protected area. The electromagnetic barrier shall consist of the Facility HEMP Shield and protective devices for all POE's. Additionally, reliability, maintainability, safety and human engineering, testability, configuration management, and corrosion control all need to be incorporated to the HEMP protection system design.
To accomplish this goal, a Client specific Vulnerability Identification/Hardening Program overview and criticality assessment must be conducted that incorporates design, engineering, fabrication, installation and ongoing effectiveness testing activities to achieve the following:
Provide an electromagnetic threat- protected facility or system design based upon verifiable performance specifications against identified threats that ideally suits the requirements of our clients.
Provides a means of verifying achieved hardening levels through a cost-effective program of testing and analysis.
Develop a maintenance/surveillance program during the procurement phase that supports the Client's operational and life cycle HEMP hardness requirements.
Based on the anticipated threat, facility location and Client's protection program establishes the HEMP configuration baseline consisting of documentation of the physical characteristics of the HEMP protection system, subsystem, and baseline performance data.