Stainless steel gauze YS-HEG03
HEG03 is an extremely fine woven, noncorrosive stainless-steel gauze for the protection against high-frequency radiation (HF) and low-frequency electric fields (LF).
Typical application due to the thin filaments especially as flyscreen. In comparison to HEG10, due to the smaller mesh width, the shielding attenuation is better at high frequencies. Further application in roof areas, at drywall constructions, loosely laid, etc.
Width: 120 cm Length: 25 m roll / by the meter Attenuation: 50 dB at 1 GHz
Mesh width: 0.3 mm Wire diameter: 0.08 mm Material thickness: 0.16 mm
Open area: 62 % Weight: 200 g/m². Color: Silver.
Fire-proof material, A1 according DIN 4102:1994. Surface conductivity: 0.03 Ohm (square resistance)
In case processing as flyscreen, the application is identical to that of a regular flyscreen in commercial tenter frames. In case processing the HEG03 under plaster you should work with a finest organic filler. Under the floor covering (laminate, parquet, PVC coating, etc.) the HEG03 is being fixed with the adhesive used for the floor covering. For drywall construction and in roof area the mesh elements can be bolt or stapled together. The rule is: Always overlap the single elements at least 5 cm. For grounding use the perforated stainless steel tape ELB by screwing it right across the elements into the surface.
Due to the highly conductive surface this material can be contacted and grounded easy to shield low frequency (LF) electric fields. For professional grounding we recommend our grounding plug EST for self laying application, or our perforated stainless steel tape ELB for application under-plaster or in drywall constructions.
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.Download Maya Catalog