SCIF ROOMS: PROTECTING CONVERSATION IN GOVERNMENT AND DEFENSE
In Government Offices and Defense Facilities, conversations must be protected from eavesdropping and casual passers by. Typical conduits for sound include:
To avoid costly construction, Security Masking Technology may be employed to overcome the acoustical weaknesses of a room or a facility. Using a small transducer, sound is transmitted directly into the weak assembly.The result is decreased intelligibility at the listener’s ear.
Security masking technology meets requirements for DCID/DIAM.
Security Masking Device Applications:
-Under Floor Plenum - Ducts
-Windows - CeilingPlenum
-Doors - Large Ducts
-Walls - Wall Cavities
All devices are wired to a central generator/equalizer/amplifier component located within a secure area. Using plenum rated cables; all devices are powered by low voltage (70 volt) signal.
Systems are easily expanded as future needs require.
ADI Acoustics provides single point of contact for design & installation of:
·Security Masking Systems
·Sound Masking Systems
o Absorption to reduce reverberation
o High STC products to attenuate sound