In the case of reliable grounding, the shielded room can block the external electromagnetic interference and the electromagnetic waves generated by the internal equipment, which can effectively shield the electromagnetic interference and radiation that are harmful to the human body and the operation of machinery. So, what are the construction standards for shielded houses?
Shielded room construction standards are designed according to relevant national standards and regulations and user requirements, mainly including the following standards:
1. Advancement: The project is fully certified, meticulously designed, meticulously purchased, and meticulously constructed to ensure that each item in the project is currently first-class and moderately advanced, so that the computer room system can operate efficiently for a long time.
2. Reliability: The use of high-quality materials, superior-performance equipment and standardized construction technology, especially the anti-interference of the computer room system engineering and the rapid replenishment in unexpected situations, to ensure that all links are safe and reliable.
3. Standardization: Designed in strict accordance with the relevant standards of the national standard "Technical Conditions of the Calculation Station Site", the drawings and documents are standardized and safe, and the symbols and marks commonly used in the national standard are used to strive for versatility, adjustability, and convenient maintenance, and have detailed documentation. .
4. Practicability: After the implementation, the computer room partition is reasonable, and the process flow is the simplest; the system is thoughtful, comprehensive, convenient, and flexible. Different grades of materials are selected according to the requirements of each functional area, and the complete function of the computer room system is fully considered. , Make its cost performance optimal.
5. Scalability: This system can not only support the existing system, but also has sufficient room for expansion in terms of space layout, system grid capacity, ports, etc., to facilitate further system development and adapt to future system upgrades.