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  • EMI Shielding for Military Electronics and Medical Equipment
    such as stainless steel is used. Because different types of rubber compounds have different properties, technical designers must also consider factors such as temperature and pressure. In some cases, Elasto Proxy uses sheet stock or rubber strips to make electromagnetic shielding. Other partners need a rubber
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    -in-place EMI gaskets to include single-component silicone-based compounds that can reduce package dimensions and provide additional packaging space for board-level components. ElectroForm Series 8558 compounds reduce raw material, labor, and assembly requirements for shielding and grounding metal
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    This stainless-steel fingerstock is designed to offer easy recyclability, good shielding performance and compression characteristics, and optimal finishes to reduce the chance of galvanic corrosion. The beryllium copper EMI-shielding gaskets are durable metal strips that are used to provide high
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    material. But this task has not been easy, especially in the case of x-ray shielding applications. Shielding of medical devices and equipment that produce gamma rays and x-rays is necessary in order. (Product Update) Plastics Allay Material Concerns (MPMN archive, Oct 07). Skip to : [Content
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    The recently expanded line of Thermocomp HSG composites from LNP Engineered Plastics (Exton, PA) features additional mechanical and physical properties. Among the benefits of these Thermocomp HSG composites are x-ray opacity and shielding properties. Now produced in a total of 14 resins
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    circuits, flat cables, and wave guides, as well as RF and EMI shielding. Tra-Duct 2902 is a two-part paste formulation made of refined pure silver and epoxy resin components free of any copper or carbon additives. The adhesives develop strong electrically conductive coatings and bonds between dissimilar
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    side of a shield or is rereflected off a second shield surface. Conductive thermoplastic compounds provide this shielding by absorbing electromagnetic energy and converting it to electrical or thermal energy. These compounds also function by reflecting electromagnetic energy from the source side
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    than 60 metals and nearly 200 alloys are available in small quantities for use in research and development. The range includes high-purity and commercial metals and common alloys as well as controlled-expansion alloys, thermocouple alloys, and magnetic shielding alloys. The materials are available

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