Paint, Conductive tape, EMI and Shielded windows

CONDUCTIVE ADHESIVE TAPE
- The adhesive tape is an electrically conductive foil tape. It is used for bonding between two supports, while ensuring electrical continuity (Z axis).


SHIELDING TAPE
- Copper or tinned copper strips, coated with a conductive adhesive affixed to 1 or 2 surfaces of the tape. They can be torn by hand, which simplifies use in all circumstances.


CONDUCTIVE ADHESIVE FABRIC TAPE
Adhesive strip made of polyester fabric covered with fine Nickel/ copper metallization. To ensure good mechanical strength and high corrosion resistance, the metallization is protected by a conductive varnish.


CONDUCTIVE MASK TAPE
The masking tape made up of a conductive adhesive and a polyester fabric covered with a fine Nickel/copper metallization.
The fabric is covered with a polyamide film which protects it from paint projections. Once it is removed, it leaves the conductive fabric upon which a shielding gasket can be applied.


CONDUCTIVE PAINT
The conductive paint is filled with Silver or Nickel particles. It is used for the shielding of plastic boxes or on non-metallic supports. It is also used for earthing.


SHIELDED WINDOWS
The shielded windows are custom-made from a transparent material surrounding a wire, which end can be taken up by a bus bar (silver paint). The choice of material and fabric depend on mechanical requirements, optical and shielding performance