|SUNNYVALE, CA -- Quiet Solution, LLC, a provider of award-winning soundproofing products, has introduced the lowest-cost, high-performance soundproof/RF shielded drywall and wood panels for SCIF rooms as well as commercial applications.
A Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) is a facility providing formal access controls (approved by the Director of Central Intelligence) and typically requires sound isolation as well as RF shielding throughout the room to prevent unauthorized information flow. Over 120,000 SCIF rooms have been targeted for conversion over the next several years at government offices, government subcontractors and embassies throughout the world.
The QuietRF family of products includes special drywall, wood and sealants to meet the stringent requirements of RF shielded and acoustically isolated SCIF rooms as required by DCI. Since the construction methods are more standardized than older techniques (such as copper shells), standard subcontractors can be used throughout construction, cutting labor costs by 4X or more. With STC values of up to 74 and RF shielding tested from 0Hz to 10Ghz with 60dB to 80dB of attenuation, QuietRF provides the first one-stop solution for complete SCIF room and RF shielded buildouts. In addition, QuietRF products may be used in commercial settings such as hospitals or theaters where RF shielding may be desired, but had been too expensive or impossible until now.
"QuietRock and QuietWood products have been used over the past three years in over 10,000 successful soundproofing projects. While our earlier products provide no RF shielding, we developed the new RF product line to make RF and soundproof SCIF room construction more affordable than earlier methods. Now builders and architects can achieve the lowest installed cost and deliver solid acoustic and RF shielded performance with proven QuietRock technology," said Kevin Surace, CEO of Quiet Solution.
QuietRF products are available exclusively through over 400 distributors of building materials throughout North America. Specific details are available at www.QuietRF.com
This eUpdate posting by: Steve Joyce, Editor