RBC Shield, LLC

"The Complete WMD Protection Solution"


1. The wall tiles would be put in place first using the self-adhesive backing or Velcro on the tiles.

2. The wall tiles would be followed by the ceiling tiles (if used). The ceiling tiles are attached to the braces with Velco.

3. If desired, the walls could then be covered with standard sheetrock, paneling, or other construction materials to create an aesthetically pleasing appearance. These materials would be installed using construction adhesive to ensure that the integrity of the lead protection is not breached by nails or screws.

4. The final component to be installed would be lead-backed corner pieces and molding pieces that are secured with self-adhesive backing. The pieces would also have their edges caulked to ensure a bio/chemical seal.

To see how these components come together to form an RBC Shield® enhanced, R-B-C shelter-in-place, view the following animated or interactive pages:

  • Show the 3-D animation of panels coming together as a corner
  • Go To Interactive RBC Patent Diagram #4 (constructed system)
  • Go To RGB Shield's Interactive Diagram of "Ceiling Protection" components & assemblage
  • Show the 3-D animation of ceiling components construction sequence

TECH NOTE: be sure that Javascript and PopUp Windows are enabled for your browser. Some of the animations might take a couple of minutes to download. You should be able to see the "movie controller" when successfully accessing the an animation. If not, you can get the QuickTime plug-in for Windows and Mac OS here.

IMPORTANT: Carbon Monoxide poisoning or asphyxiation can occur without a properly installed, adequate air supply for a sealed room. The air supply should be capable of functioning with or without power.

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