|Material:||Stainless Steel 304 / 304L /Monel||Size:||18mm|
|Weight:||0.5-300g||Name:||Knitted Mesh Filters|
stainless steel knitted wire mesh,
stainless steel knitted mesh
Monel Or Stainless Steel Knitted Wire Mesh Filters / Mufflers As Washers
Every piece of electronic equipment both emits and receives some form of electrical interference. Because of this, such equipment must be able to block outgoing and incoming energy in order function at its peak levels. JUMAO’s knitted wire mesh filters offers superior electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) shielding at competitive prices.
Wire mesh shielding utilizes single-strand wire, available in a wide range of metals, knitted and formed into pre-specified cross sections, yielding an economical and reliable gasket for use in a variety of EMI shielding and RFI shielding applications. Cross sections vary from round and rectangular to round with a fin, and double round with a fin inter connector.
APPLICATION of knitted wire mesh filters:
Wire mesh gaskets are best suited for applications where high shielding effectiveness is required, an environmental seal is not needed, and the gasket must comform to an irregular surface. Panel gaskets, cable wrapping, door gaskets, and static discharge “washers,” are just a few of the commonly chosen applications.
A protection against environmental influences, such as dust and circulating air, is given. A protection against water (spraying water etc.) is not possible. If the application requires a resistance against dropping or spraying water then a so-called combi gasket should be chosen. These gaskets consist of a non conductive elastomer with PSA backing and knitted wire mesh filters/ gasket that is mounted alongside the edge of the elastomer. The knitted wire can be a full metal mesh gasket as well as a knitted wire over elastomer gasket.
In some cases it is necessary to use a very soft gasket. This can be realized by knitting just one layer of a very fine metal wire over a PU-foam.
As an option a non conductive PSA can be applied to the gaskets. It should only be seen as a support during the mounting of the gasket.
To prevent galvanic corrosion engineers should take notice of the electrochemical potential of the wire in combination to the metal used for the chassis, enclosure etc.
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