The National Research Council (CNR) asked G-iron to shield the induction generated by an electrical room in order to protect a room used as a microscopy laboratory.

In the room we were asked to protect CNR is going to install a scanning electron microscope (SEM) which is, as many other types of high precision machinery, really sensitive to environmental disturbances such as those cause by low frequency magnetic induction (50 Hz).

For this reason we designed a specific shielding system which guarantees levels of induction within the limits necessary for the proper functioning of the microscope.

The intervention ended with the on-site commissioning test which confirmed that the position where the SEM will be installed is not affected by levels of magnetic induction such as to degrade the performance of the equipment.