While working at Hamilton Engineering, Gil Lund and Mark Dix worked extensively on many projects related to high performance RFI shielding.
Several designs utilized very high performance inflatable RFI door seals. These were developed, tested and patented together with a multitude of different RFI shielded door configurations. Very large shielded door designs were successfully developed for aerospace applications such as:
Northrop B1 Bomber Facility
NSA Fort Mead Facility
Cape Canaveral and Vandenberg Space Launch Complexes
Gil and Mark were also deeply involved in the design of an electro magnetic interference test chamber for the Chrysler Automotive Test Center in Dearborn, MI, and the design of an RFI insulated shipping container lift device for the Port of Seattle, WA.