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Taisei Develops Advanced Low-cost Electromagnetic Shielding Technology.

Tokyo, Japan, Oct 3, 2005 - (JCNN) - Construction company Taisei has developed an advanced electromagnetic shielding technology that is applied to not only parts and components but also the entire living space at low cost.

The technology utilizes existing construction components as the shielding material, and requires no special shielding techniques, saving the construction cost by 20-30% compared to the conventional shielding approach.

The latest technology incorporates four proprietary technologies: for walls, double-layered plaster boards coated with anti-moisture foils are used; for floors, a metal flooring material for office automation use is applied; for doors, barrier-free steel-made doors used for general offices are adopted; and for windows, double-layered electromagnetic shields using standard office window sash frames are applied.

Source: JCN http://www.japancorp.net

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