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    electrical and electronic equipment inside the enclosure. While gaskets are primarily used to exclude the external environment from entering an enclosure-such as dust, dirt, water, and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)-they can also be used to contain noise or other
  • Medical Device Link .
    Gasket compression and seam contact pressures To achieve a successful gasket joint with little radio-frequency (RF) leakage, low contact resistance between the gasket and flange is an important requirement. For this, there will need to be sufficient clamping force to obtain the required pressure
  • Medical Device Link .
    , the electrical properties of the EMI gasket material play a significant role in shielding performance. Because EMI gasket materials typically depend on proper compression to achieve optimal electrical properties, shielding problems can often be traced back to mechanical design issues that limit
  • Bigger niche for cured-in-place gaskets
    simplifies production and adds value to manufacturing economically. Typical automotive gasketing applications include water-pump housings, oil pans, rocker-arm covers, and intake manifolds. Less-hostile gasket environments include lamp housings, electrical boxes, and air-filter housings. Here gaskets
  • Medical Device Link . Spotlight on IV Components
    The shielding performance of a spiral gasket has been combined with the sealing of an elastomer. The Flexi-Shield gasket resists compression set, comes in a very-low-force version, and is as easy to handle and use as a rubber elastomer. It is groove mounted and flexes easily to conform to various
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    PCB-Level Shielding Technology for Today's Medical Wireless World A thermoformed, metallized plastic shielding offers an alternative to gasketing and metallic shielding enclosures. Portable handheld wireless devices used in today's medical applications feature smaller form factors that weigh less
  • Tight seals for the long haul
    , for example, gaskets seal the cover and housing to protect electrical contacts inside. If gasketing

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