RB Shields Me, LLC

RFID, Thermal Imaging,

Radiant Heat Containment

RFID (radio frequency identification), Thermal Imaging, Radiant Heat and Electromagnetic transmissions are all around us.

RFID can "read" tagged objects, including chip-enabled credit cards.

Thermal Imaging measures heat signature.

Radiant heat passes through solid objects into or out of homes and buildings.

Electromagnetic waves cause stress to individuals and meat producing animals.

RBSM products block these transmissions

What is RFID?

RFID (radio frequency identification) is a form of wireless communication that incorporates the use of electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely identify an object, animal or person. While it is most commonly used to identify and track merchandise, it can also surreptitiously transmit personal and financial information. (Source:

What is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging is used in all sorts of different scenarios: utility and energy companies employ it to see where a house might be losing heat through door and window cracks. Police helicopters use it to locate suspects at night. Weather stations use it to track storms and hurricanes. It's used in the medical field to diagnose different disorders and diseases. And some home security cameras, like the one on the Ring Doorbell, can use it too. (Source:

What is Radiant Heat?

Radiant Heat are the sun's energy waves that pass through solid objects, requiring insulation in residential homes, office buildings and metal building structures. Radiant Heat signatures can also be measured with thermal scanners to identify individuals and objects.

What are Electromagnetic Waves?

Electromagnetic is used to describe the electrical and magnetic forces or effects produced by an electric current. The main effect of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields is heating of body tissues. There is no doubt that short-term exposure to very high levels of electromagnetic fields can be harmful to health.

RFID Barrier blocks RFID, Radiant Heat, Thermal Imaging and Electromagnetic Waves

While RFID and Thermal Imaging enhance productivity, there are instances where it is beneficial to block, reflect or contain their powerful technologies. Reflecting Radiant Heat results in substantial energy consumption savings.

• Inventory Management RFID frequencies may need to be contained to a specific area of a retail location to accurately count merchandise on the floor.

• Network Security These technologies could access proprietary financial and classified information.

• Military Applications Thermal Imaging can identify and locate personnel and weaponry.

• Energy Savings Reflecting and containing radiant heat lowers energy consumption. (more...)

• Metal Building and Manufacturing Facilities RFID Barrier blocks energy sapping heat waves, increasing worker productivity.(more ...)

• Agriculture RFID Barrier minimizes "The Black Globe" effect, lowering commodity costs and increasing productivity in growing facilities. (more...)

• Health Electromagnetic waves can stress individuals, affecting their well-being.

• Packaging When certain items need to be shipped hot or cold..

Energy Saving Properties of RFID Barrier

RFID Barriers reflect radiant heat, so they can lower energy consumption in homes, businesses and buildings. In a residential or commercial application, the Dept. of Energy estimates that RFID Barriers lower energy consumption up to 50 percent in the summer and 10 percent in the winter. In metal buildings and warehouses, RFID Barriers lessens the "Black Globe Effect," a condition that turns large metal structures into the equivalent of microwave ovens. Workers inside metal buildings feel less run down with RFID Barrier than without. According to the Dept. of Agriculture, livestock require less food and water and get less sick with RFIS Barrier than without. RFID Barrier also blocks destructive Ultra Violet (UV) rays that deteriorate objects stored in attics and outdoor sheds.

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Address : 910 S Crowley Rd • Suite 9-428 • Crowley, TX 76036