Amucor foil with reinforcement net for EMI shielding where a strong but also very wide shielding film is required.
Many EMI problems can be solved easily by the use of Amucor foil or tape. When there is a very broad and strong shielding foil required, than our 4706 Amucor foil with reinforcement net can provide the solution. The shielding foil can be produced with or without (conductive) self-adhesive and an optional insulation layer.
Amucor foil with reinforcement net can be cut to any width and can be delivered from stock. The most commonly used width is 1000 mm. Standard roll length is 16.5 meters.
Amucor foil with reinforcement net can also be delivered as die-cut, according to your drawing, on strip or in pieces (as a sticker), with optional self-adhesive.
Amucor foil can also be produced with a strengthening reinforcement net. Because the material with the reinforcement net is so strong, it can be produced in a very large width of 3100 mm. This material is designed to cover walls and floord for protection against unwanted radio frequencies (RF). The material can also be used to very quickly create a shielded room, for example from a wooden box.
Amucor foil with a reinforcement net can be produced as a foil (4706) without self adhesive but can also be produced as tape (4707), with standard adhesive or as tape (4708) with conductive adhesive.
In the table below you will find the shielding characteristics of Amucor foil.
There are many factors that influence the true effectiveness of a EMI/RFI shielding tape when applied, such as type and thickness of foil, type of adhesive, closeness of contact, smoothness of application surface, strength and frequency of the EMI/RFI signal, etc. Still, an attenuation value can be determined using standard tests and fixtures.
For Amucor tape, typical shielding effectiveness (far field) is in the range of 60 dB to 80 dB (10 KHz to 20 GHz).
For more specifications see table and graph below.
|0.04 mm thick|
|E||1 MHz||121 dB|
|E||10 MHz||110 dB|
|E||100 MHz||103 dB|
|E||400 MHz||98 dB|
|P||1 GHz||92 dB|
|P||10 GHz||85 dB|
|These values are measured under laboratory conditions.
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