Best EMP/HEMP Protection Solutions for Your Equipment

What is the EMP/HEMP?

IEC 61000-5-10 (2017):

"НEMP is an electromagnetic pulse produced by a nuclear explosion outside the Earth's atmosphere. Usually, at an altitude of more than 30 km".

 IEC 61000-5-8 (2009):

"The HEMP is interpreted as a result of a nuclear explosion at an altitude of 100 km and above"

Both definitions in both standards are wrong

 The earth's atmosphere does not end at an altitude of 30 km. The troposphere, limited to a height of about 10 km, is followed by a stratosphere (up to 50 km), followed by a mesosphere with an ionosphere (up to 90 km). The boundary between the atmosphere of the Earth and the outer space is the Karman Line. According to the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI), the height of this border is 100 km.

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Future conflicts will be won in a new arena — that of the electromagnetic spectrum and cyberspace. We must merge, then master those realms.

Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert, U.S. Navy


Our power grid is very vulnerable. It’s very much on edge. Our military knows that.        

Ex-Congressmen Roscoe Bartlett

Our vulnerability is increasing daily  as our use of and dependence on electronics  continues to grow in both our civil and  military sectors   ...under the Obama Administration the Department of Energy has been part of the problem, not part of the solution to protecting the nation’s electric grid from the existential threat that is EMP                
Dr. William R. Graham, Chairman of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the US from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)

The problem is not the technology. We know how to protect against it. It’s not the money, it doesn’t cost that much.The problem is the politics. It always seems to be the politics that gets in the way... its potentially paralizing effect on military forces and civilian crotical infrastructures were deeply understood only bt a small number of nuclear sreategists and specialists.
Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, Executive Director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security

It would be “suicidally optimistic” to assume  that an EMP attack that inflicted a state-wide blackout  would not also cause cascading grid and infrastructure  failures at least regionally.

Dr. William Radasky, Founder and President of the Metatech Corporation

The current state of EMP protection is random, desoriented and uncoordinated.

Dr. George H. Baker, Prof. Emeritus James Madison University

American society has grown so dependent on computer and other electrical systems that we have created our own Achilles' heel of vulnerability, ironically much greater than those of other, less developed nations. When deprived of power, we are in many ways helpless, as the New York City blackout made clear. In that case, power was restored quickly because adjacent areas could provide help. But a large-scale burnout caused by a broad EMP attack would create a much more difficult situation. Not only would there be nobody nearby to help, it could take years to replace destroyed equipment.
Senator from Arizona Jon Llewellyn Kyl

I don’t think we have an illusion we will prevent it. That’s really the government’s job

Mike Bryson, vice president of operations for the Valley Forge, Pennsylvania-based operator

Managing that kind of threat right now-no one really has the resources to do that

Richard Mroz, president of the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

Much of the available information is not spacially applied to electric utilities, making it very difficult for utilities and regulators to understand effective options for protecting energy infrastructure.

Robin Manning, Vice president for transmission and distribution for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

The potential impacts of GMD and HEMP are real; however, evaluating the effects of such events on existing and future power grid infrastructure is complicated and requires concrete, scientifically-based analysis. Once the true impacts are known, including the potential unintended consequences of some mitigation options, cost effective mitigation and/or recovery options can be developed and employed.

Dr. Randy Horton, Senior Program Manager, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

I don’t mean to be so flippant, but there really aren’t any solutions to THIS, so I would just leave it at that
General  M.  V.  Hayden
Ex-Director of the National  Security Agency (NSA);
Ex-Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

"We know how to protect against it"
Yes, the US Department of Homeland Security knows how to protect critical infrastructure,
that's just one nuance ...

And it's not just US Department of Homeland Security that decades treats of civilian infrastructure with "old snake oil", but also dozens of other not less smart organizations in the United States that not at all against funding their long-playing "study" from the state budget.

There are so many illusions and nonsens! Why?
The answers are here:

(Freely downloadable PDF)

     The time for research is running out; we have the data we need.
It's time for bold actions

R. James Woosley, former Director Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

OK! We are here to solve this problem!

Our goal is:
no another "studies", no another theoretical scientific reports in addition to handers of existing!

Only practical solutions
for actual EMP protection problems!


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Vladimir I. Gurevich was born in Kharkov, Ukraine, in 1956. He received an M.S.E.E. degree (1978) at the Kharkov Technical University, named after P. Vasilenko, and a Ph.D. degree (1986) at Kharkov National Polytechnic University. His employment experience includes: teacher, assistant professor and associate professor at Kharkov Technical University, and chief engineer and director of Inventor, Ltd. In 1994, he arrived in Israel and worked during 22 years at Israel Electric Corp. as a Senior specialist and Head of section of the Central Electric Laboratory. Now Dr. V. Gurevich is owner and CEO of “Industrial EMP Solutions” company.

Dr. Gurevich is the author of a new strategy for the protection of civilian critical infrastructure against EMP and new means of protection.

He is the author of more than 200 professional papers and 16 books and holder of nearly 120 patents in the field of electrical engineering, power electronics, EMP protection of critical civilian infrastructures.

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EMP vulnerability may be an invitation to attack!

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