YShield MAX54 - High Perfomance Shielding Paint 5L
Shielding paint for shielding high-frequency radiation (HF) and low-frequency electric fields (LF). Special shielding paint with the focus on maximum shielding, if every single dB counts. Limitations at hardness and abrasion resistance. Breathable, solvent-free, plasticizer-free and low-emission. With phenomenal physical and chemical properties, along with high ecology.
Coverage: 5 Liter - 37.16 sq. Meters (400 sq. Feet)
At 1 GHz: Single layer 40 dB | Double layer 48 dB | Three layer 54 dB
At 40 GHz: Single layer 44 dB | Double layer 66 dB | Three layer 86 dB
Excellent adhesion on almost all substrates interior and exterior.
Preferably covered with plastic bonded water-based emulsion paints, dispersion silicate paints, facade paints or silicon resin paints.
Must be grounded! For interior, we recommend the grounding strap GSX plus grounding plate GS, for exterior the fiber additive AF3 plus the grounding plate GF.
This product is frost resistant (proved for 5 frost-/thaw cycles) and can be shipped throughout the year by air cargo or ship.
Water, natural graphite, pure acrylics dispersion, carbon black, additives, preservative (BIT, INN, MIT).
Please find detailed data in the table overview and the technical data sheet.
Ready for 5G
As we keep on developing our paints, they now have an almost linear shielding attenuation for a very large frequency range. This frequency range has already been including both 5G frequency spectrums for quite some time: FR1 (600 MHz - 6 GHz) and FR2 (24 GHz - 40 GHz).
Safety up to 40 GHz
We have a professional EMC-laboratory according to various standards up to 40 GHz on site, which is operated by long-time experienced staff. You’ll receive measuring curves and reports from 40/600 MHz - 40 GHz with all our shielding products.
Our shielding paints are developed in accordance with strict ecological criteria. We use, for example, the carbon black with the lowest emission possible on the market and untreated natural graphite. We consciously do not use graphene, a nanomaterial where the hazard potential is still completely unknown.