Emi shielding

Parker Chomerics EMI shielding products family includes an extensive selection of EMI gaskets; shielded windows; shielded air ventilation panels; cable shielding products; grounding solutions; shielding laminates; tapes; conductive coatings, adhesives, sealants, grease and inks; conductive, injection molded plastics material; board level shielding coatings; and microwave absorber products  

The EMI gasket offerings includes: conductive elastomers, wire mesh, oriented wires in elastomer, woven wire mesh, expanded metal foil, compressed mesh, fingerstock, conductive fabric over foam, and combination EMI/environmental gaskets.

Conductive elastomer EMI gaskets include molded, extruded, co-molded or co-extruded with nonconductive elastomer, form-in-place, overmolded, reinforced, connector gaskets, or waveguide gaskets.  

Shielded windows can be either glass or plastic, with wire mesh or ITO coatings, and can have anti-glare, anti-reflection, hardness, and other design features.

Cable shielding products include: conductive heat shrinkable tubing and connector boots; wire mesh; connector gaskets; I/O panel gaskets; ferrites; cable grommets; and foil and conductive fabric tapes.

NOTICE: The information contained herein is to the best of our knowledge true and accurate. However, since the varied conditions of potential use are beyond our control, all recommendations or suggestions are presented without guarantee or responsibility on our part and users should make their own tests to determine the suitability of our products in any specific situation. This product is sold without warranty either expressed or implied, of fitness for a particular purpose or otherwise, except that this product shall be of standard quality, and except to the extent otherwise stated Chomerics’ invoice, quotation, or order acknowledgement. We disclaim any and liability incurred in connection with the use of information contained herein, or otherwise. All risks of such are assumed by the user. Furthermore, nothing contained herein shall be construed as a recommendation to use any process or to manufacture or to use any product in conflict with existing or future patents covering any product or material or its use.