Radio Frequency Shielding Protective Covers -- Mission Ready

April 09, 2020 in Protective Covers

Threat: The U.S. DOD faces an ever increasing and threatening tactical environment in which various parties
are using the Radio Frequency (RF) spectrum to interrogate and potentially affect the functioning of high
value systems. Active electronic interrogation, jamming, cyber induced electronic warfare, and geometry to
performance determination are all current threats that must be considered when protecting exposed high value defense assets.

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Podcast: Transhield's New RF Shielding Covers and their Impact in the World of Cyber Warfare

March 19, 2020 in Protective Covers

Cyberwarfare increases the threat of attack from adversaries on military targets. Radiofrequency technologies used to conduct cyber-induced warfare on exposed, high-value assets are very common. Electronic interrogation, jamming and geometry to performance determination are some of the threats posed against Navy topside systems and other military applications.

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What Makes Transhield Covers Reusable?

March 05, 2020 in Protective Covers

Many times, people associate Transhield’s 3-10 mil. protective boat and industrial covers with standard shrink wrap. This of course is understandable since Transhield and shrink wrap are normally white, have a form-fitted look when applied, and are probably zooming down the highway on the back of a flatbed when you see them.

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Electromagnetic Interference Management: Use VCI Enhanced Protective Covers

February 20, 2020 in VCI Technology, Protective Covers

Practical Solution: There is an easy to implement, preventative solution for intermodulation interference that employs chemistry: advanced protective covers made from vapor corrosion inhibitor enhanced materials.

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5 Elements that Degrade your Equipment-Assets and How to Stop Them

Keeping your equipment protected from all the elements during shipping and storage isn’t an easy task. But, which of mother nature’s elements are the MOST harmful to your equipment? Great question! Knowing the answer can save you time and money when deciding how to protect your assets during storage, down-time, and transportation.

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Topics: Corrosion Prevention, Protective Covers, protection from UV Rays

Exploring Innovative Ideas and New Concepts in Concrete

February 11, 2020

When President of L.LGeans Construction Rocky Geans attended World of Concrete decades ago, he didn’t expect his entire understanding of concrete to be challenged. But that’s what happened.

Rocky joined the Marketscale Engineering and Construction podcast to discuss new (and storied) innovations in the concrete industry, how they are affecting business, and how he goes about implementing new ideas and practices within a team of employees.

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Prevention of Corrosion in Electronic Devices Use Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor Enhanced Protective Covers

January 14, 2020 in VCI Technology, Protective Covers

Practical Solution: There is an easy to implement, preventative solution for corrosion of electronic devices that employs chemistry: advanced protective covers made from vapor corrosion inhibitor enhanced materials.

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Patenting: A How-To on Protecting Innovative Ideas

December 06, 2019

While the development of innovative ideas, processes and products often earns a well-deserved spotlight, protecting that innovation afterward is just as critical as the initial development.

 Any company, Ozol said, that continuously innovates upon its products needs to ensure that that innovation is taken care of well beyond the initial, exciting development.

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Access to Notre Dame’s Material’s Characterization Facility Increases Transhield’s Fabric Testing Capabilities

November 05, 2019 in News

In an agreement with the University of Notre Dame, Transhield now has access to the Materials Characterization Facility (MCF). The MCF is part of Notre Dame Research’s Center for Sustainable Energy (ND Energy). The MCF, located on University’s South Bend campus, “provides world-class equipment and instrumentation to support scientific advancements of new or improved sustainable energy technologies and systems, as well as the characterization and synthesis of any new materials” (mcf.nd.edu).

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Transhield is the maker of custom protective coverings for the industrial, marine, military, automotive, and wind energy markets. Our corporate offices are located in Elkhart, Indiana where we design and render custom covers as well as engineer and test new fabric formulas in our state-of-the-art laboratory.

 

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