EMI & EMC Analysis

We can assess hazards presented by electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issues.

There exists the Electromagnetic Compatibility, or EMC Directive, published in 2016 to ensure that electrical equipment does not interfere with other devices within a commercial or residential environment. Examples include communications antennas, high current power sources and medical devices. We can provide EMI and EMC analysis for many exposure situations in a range of industrial applications. Please contact us for further details.


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Dr Richard Findlay

Providing Premium EMI and EMC Compliance Services

Our award-winning specialists have a huge amount of experience in measuring electromagnetic fields over a wide range of frequencies. Whether it is a power frequency exposure situation that is of concern, or a radiofrequency field from an antenna that poses a potential interference risk, we can help. EMFcomp is SafeContractor accredited and an Affiliate of the Society for Radiological Protection. We provide a wide range of electromagnetic assessments from human EMF exposure modelling to these electromagnetic interference and electromagnetic compatibility measurements.

Decades of Experience

We have a huge amount of experience in assessing EMF exposure. So, it is likely that our experts have previously assessed electromagnetic fields in your sector. Our EMF modelling and measurement methods are derived from state-of-the-art space technology. As a result, we were awarded a place in the European Space Agency BIC. After successfully completing the ESA BIC programme, the advanced services we developed can now be applied to your project.

Frequently Asked Questions

01What Is the EMC Directive?

The EMC Directive 2014/30/EU was published in 2016.  UK companies are now required to comply with the guidance and limits contained within this document. The EMC Directive is relevant to developers, manufacturers and distributors in the UK. Compliance with the Directive provides an organisation with the confidence that electrical products will not adversely affect other devices in an increasingly complex EMF exposure environment. 

02What Are Typical Examples of Electromagnetic Interference?

Often, electromagnetic interference can just be annoying or inconvenient. Examples would be problems with radio reception or the flickering of a CRT monitor. However, there are situations where the interference hazards are significant. For example, fields can interfere with electronic medical devices, or rail infrastructure such as signalling and security systems.


03How Is Compliance with EMI and EMC Standards Assessed?

Compliance with the limits expressed in many European standards can be assessed by using either measurement or calculation methods. We use state-of-the-art measurement equipment, regularly calibrated in internationally accredited laboratories. The EMF reports we produce following an assessment are in-depth, detailed documents containing information relating the legislation and guidance, methods used, a breakdown of results along with recommendations, action plans and mitigation measures. Our high-quality assessment reports are just one of the reasons why we are an award-winning EMF assessment organisation.

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