Shielding fabric ST-Silver-Tulle
SILVER-TULLE is a semi-transparent silvered fabric for the protection against high-frequency (HF) and low-frequency radiation (LF). Typical application as net curtain, as room divider in laboratorys, medical practices, etc. and due to the highest washability to sew a bed canopy.
- By comparison to its predecessors (Curtain, Dali) this fabric doesn’t lose its screening attenuation while washing or movement, due to a better silvering process.
- This fabric is hard to sew accurately, because it‘s stretchy and pulls out of place easily when you try to sew on it. Please note that customized curtains are difficult to sew dimensionally stable! High transparency at very high screening attenuation Antiseptic due to the full silver plating →Contactable (groundable) to shield LF electric fields Textile similar characteristics: Washable, easy to process. Exception: Do not iron →Very crease resistant Quality grade: Very high Width: 150 cm, +/- 2 cm Length: Available by the meter Attenuation: 50 dB at 1 GHz Color: Silver-beige. Raw materials: 80 % nylon, 20 % silver Weight: 40 g/m² Dimension stability: +/- 1 % Surface conductivity: 0.8 ohm / inch (2.54 cm)
Due to the surface conductivity this fabric can be grounded to shield low frequency (LF) electric fields. For professional grounding we recommend our Grounding-Plug EST.
The shielding attenuation is regularly tested in our own laboratory or by Professor Dipl.Ing. Pauli at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces in Munich due to the standards ASTM D4935-10 and/or IEEE-STD-299-2006. The line in the diagram stands for the radial direction of polarization (both directions, horizontal/vertical) and indicates the attenuation achievable in practice.
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