Gigahertz Solutions Shielding Paint 1 L

59.91

Reliable shielding against high-frequency radiation (HF) and low-frequency electric fields (LF). Innumerable electrically conductive carbon fibers of 3mm length allow a reliable bridging over potential cracks in the underground and therefore provide a continuous surface compound necessary for a safe grounding.

Attenuation: Up to 38 dB (99.98%) at 1 GHz for single layer coating, through to 18 GHzUp to 44 dB (99.996%) at 1 GHz for double layer coating through to 18 GHz

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Reliable shielding against high-frequency radiation (HF) and low-frequency electric fields (LF). Innumerable electrically conductive carbon fibers of 3mm length allow a reliable bridging over potential cracks in the underground and therefore provide a continuous surface compound necessary for a safe grounding.

Attenuation: Up to 38 dB (99.98%) at 1 GHz for single layer coating, through to 18 GHzUp to 44 dB (99.996%) at 1 GHz for double layer coating through to 18 GHz

Product information “SHIELDING PAINT 1 litre | HF+NF | CFA40-1”

Excellent shielding effectivity even with single layer coating
  • For interior and exterior application (yield: 5 – 6.6 m²/l)
  • Free of metals and permanently corrosion resistant
  • Solvent-free, vapour permeable, low odour and low emission: VOC-concentration lower than 0.2 g/l (EU limit values 30 g/l)
  • Black pure acrylate paint, easy to overpaint with all common emulsion paints
  • 100% permeability for the natural Schumann resonances
  • The paint is not suitable for airless spraying!
  • A certified electrician will ensure the compliance of all norms essential for mounting
  • Grounding components can be found under the tab “Accessories” for grounding components
  • Application instructions can be found under the tab “Available Downloads”
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Additional information

Weight 1.1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 20 × 20 cm
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