NewsThe lightest electromagnetic shielding material in the
world

2nd July 2020by admin0
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Electric motors and electronic devices generate
electromagnetic fields that sometimes have to be shielded in order
not to affect neighboring electronic components or the transmission
of signals. High-frequency electromagnetic fields can only be
shielded with conductive shells that are closed on all sides. Often
thin metal sheets or metallized foils are used for this purpose.
However, for many applications such a shield is too heavy or too
poorly adaptable to the given geometry. The ideal solution would be
a light, flexible and durable material with extremely high
shielding effectiveness.

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