SILVER-SILK is a silvered parachute silk / nylon fabric for the protection against high-frequency (HF) and low-frequency radiation (LF). Typical application preferable in technical applications to shield cables, handy bags, room divider, etc.. Due to the good washablity even sewable in theinside of articles of clothing.
- Very high screening attenuation
- Antiseptic due to the full silver plating
- Contactable (groundable) to shield LF electric fields
- Textile similar characteristics: Washable, easy to process. Exception: Do not iron.
- Quality grade: High
Order quantity: This product is cut off according to your specifications, a return or revocation are not possible.
Screening attenuation: All stated attenuation values apply at 1 Ghz. Measurement to ASTM D4935-10 or IEEE Std 299-2006 or IEEEE Std 1128-1998 or ASTM A698/A698M-07. You find the test report above under "Report screening attenuation".
Grounding: Electrically conductive. Can be contacted and grounded to shield electric fields (LF). We recommend a plug GP or GD, with a plate GM or GS, plus a cable GC.
Fabric care: Washing at gentle cycle 30°C | No ironing | No drying in tumble dryers | No bleaching | No chemical dry-cleaning | For allergy sufferers: Every new fabric smells, wash before its first usage!
Silver products: 1) Silver fabrics get stainings over time and often have them right from the start! If you don’t want to accept stainings or discoloration, please choose fabrics from Swiss-Shield®., 2) Silver fabrics have a limited durability, which depends on the frequency of movement., 3) Our silver fabrics don’t contain nano-silver, but a thick pure metallic silver layer.
Application: Technical, Clothing, Earthing
Field type: LF (Low frequency alternating electrical fields), HF (High frequency electromagnetic fields)
- Width: 130 cm, +/- 2 cm
- Length: Available by the foot
Attenuation: 60 dB, two-layer 76 dB
- Color: Silver
- Raw materials: 80 % nylon, 20 % silver
- Weight: 45 g/m²
- Surface conductivity: 0.2 ohm / inch (2.54 cm)
- Report screening attenuation