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Enclosures & Safety Solutions


Hinges Latches Locks


SUPPLEMENT ENCLOSURES & SAFETY SOLUTIONS JUNE 2017 KNITTED WIRE MESH EMC GASKET


Simply complete your details and indicate from the list below which product areas you will be looking to purchase within the next 6 to 12 months.


Simply complete your details and indicate from the list below which product areas you will be looking to purchase within the next 6 to 12 months.


Just tick the relevant boxes below and fax the form back to 01622 757646 or scan and email to: aherd@datateam.co.uk


Just tick the relevant boxes below and fax the form back to 01580 883849 or scan and email to: datateam@c-cms.com


Electric Linear Actuators Small Flat Belt Conveyors


Bespoke Enclosures


946 947


Brakes 948 Plastic Extrusions


Stainless Steel Enclosures IP 67/68 Enclosures


Cables Enclosures for Harsh Environments


Enclosures for hazardous environments Handles, Handwheels and Knobs


Linear Motion and Control Cooling and Air Conditioning


Levelling Feet


949 950


Hinges 951 Levelling Feet


952 953 954


Handles,Handwheels and Knobs Fastening and Adhesives


Explosion Protection Electrical Enclosures


Connectors 955 Machine Safety Meta Seals


Seals For Extreme Environments Geared Motors


Enclosures for the Rail Industry Hand held Enclosures


956 957 958 959 960


Springs 961 Rail 962


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Knitted wire mesh is the original gasket for RFI/EMI shielding and is still one of the most cost effective solutions. In applications where low frequencies in the magnetic field are a problem, the bulk of metal in knitted mesh gaskets make it the best performer. At 10kHz, H field (magnetic field) it is possible to achieve a shielding effectiveness of 62dB attenuation, making it suitable for EMP electromagnetic pulse applications, at higher frequencies such as 10Ghz, attenuations of above 45dB can be achieved. Knitted mesh is very versatile as it can be knitted to any diameter


from 1mm up to 25mm as a solid mesh, or over any type of sponge rubber cord or tube, therefore fine-tuning its compressibility from hard to very soft. Rectangular sections are available and sponge or solid rubber with a self-adhesive backing, can be bonded along the length of the mesh to form an environmental seal and act as an assembly aid. Custom gaskets can be made from knitted mesh by fabrication or bonding the mesh to the edge of die cut rubber shapes, compression stops can be bonded into the rubber carrier to protect the gasket from over compression. Standard wire types available are Monel, TCS, Aluminium and Stainless Steel, giving the option matching wire types with enclosure materials to give galvanic compatibility.


Kemtron www.kemtron.co.uk


Reliable. RFI/EMI


shielding gaskets &components


Latest Injection Moulding Technology


Medical Moulding


In-house Design and


Mouldflow


Machining and


Assembly Large


Moulding Expertise (up to 1.5m sq)


www.rutlandplastics.co.uk


www.kemtron.co.uk +44 (0) 1376 348115 info@kemtron.co.uk


 


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