$38.80 – $43.11
Quality and Fabric Characteristics
Features and Benefits
Superior Durability and Performance
Unlike ordinary metalized fabrics, the coating processes, used to deposit metals in our fabrics, deliver an impervious bond that can’t be broken. Proprietary metalizing technology actually bonds the metal to the fabric at the molecular level, essentially melding the fabric to the metal. The resulting bond delivers unparalleled durability even under conditions that require constant flexing, bending, stretching or abrading. No other metalized fabric is more durable and because of superior bonding technology, our conductive fabrics deliver proven, consistent and reliable electrical conductivity and electromagnetic reflectivity performance even in the most challenging environments.
Copper-nickel conductive fabric, mesh blocking RFID/RF. Reduce EMF/EMI Protection. Conductive fabric protects from Radiation/HF Signal/WiFi. Preserves the working integrity of electronic devices in the event of EMP or CME.
Safety: Non-toxic, tasteless and odorless. You can treat it as normal trash for waste disposal.
Copper-Nickel Conductive Fabric, mesh
|Shielding Effectiveness||dB||60, 100MHz–3GHz|
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Copper + Nickel
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Available sizes: 43.31″ inch (110 cm) width (W) x 39.37″ inch (100 cm) length (L) in black color and 43.31″ W x 39.37″ L in gray color. For customized lengths of copper-nickel conductive fabrics, mesh contact Nano3D Systems.
Usage for EMI/RFI shielding gaskets, shielded enclosures, windows shielding, mosquito nets, tents, covers etc. Can be also used to shield rooms & booths et al. Effective shielding from cell towers, wireless routers, microwave signals, smart meters, security systems, radars, etc. Blocks portable encryption scanners. EMI/EMF blocking and EMP protection of electronics. EMI shielding dust gauze. High-shielding conductive fabric for blocking RF signals such as cell phones, bluetooth, WiFi, GPS et al.
Our conductive fabrics offer the highest standard of performance in shielding and conductivity. Starting with tough, light, tightly woven fabrics found in applications such as ship sails and military parachutes, the proprietary metalizing process is used to apply a thin layer of metal to each fiber. The result is a textile product with the feel, durability, and flexibility of a typical woven fabric and the conductivity and shielding performance of a metal foil.