MR-Cu Shield System
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ETS-Lindgren's MR-Cu Shield System uses both a superior RF attenuator and durable bolted, lightweight modular panels to ensure reliable performance.

Key Features
  • Pure, Electrically Deposited Copper
  • RF Attenuation Levels of >100 dB up to 400 MHz Frequencies
  • Free Standing, Structurally Isolated RF Walls
  • Lightweight
  • Factory Engineered and Fabricated RF Shield Panels
  • Acoustic Enhancement Options Available

ETS-Lindgrens MR-Cu Shield System is made of copper sheeting attached to a modular frame of fire-rated Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL) to ensure the panel integrity. The modules install quickly and can be easily adapted to the specific physical requirements of a particular room. Because the modules are structurally independent of the parent MRI rooms walls, they provide improved acoustic properties for the overall system and require no prior preparation from the customer. There are also several options available to acoustically enhance the panels further.

Our MR-Cu Shield System uses both a superior RF attenuator and durable bolted, lightweight modular panels to ensure reliable performance. This modular frame construction is wrapped with electroplated copper, which can conform to any design criteria. The engineered and bolted system enhances RF integrity with 4.4 cm (1.75 in) wide seams that are highly compressed, offering a seamless shield surface. Interior fasteners do not have to penetrate the shield surface by design, thus enhancing the long-term life of the shield.

Specifications
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Physical Specifications

Dimensions: Customized to conform with parent structure
Shielding Type: Modular
Weight: 1.0 kg (2.2 lb per sq. ft.)
Length: Customizable
Width: Customizable

Product Options

  • Modular Wood Frame Panels Manufactured using a Fire-rated Structural Composite Lumber

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