Shielding Paint Yshield HSF54
Category: Coatings - paints
Description:

Radio Frequency / RF Shielding Paint, Carbon Based and Corrosion Resistant, Attenuation of 36 dB / 99.97 % with one coat. Available in 1 and 5 Litre Bins

Typical Use:

Electro-conductive coating for the protection against high-frequency (HF) radiation and low-frequency (LF) electric fields. Interior and exterior application.

Living areas: Protection from RF-Radiation (High Frequency EMF) from Cell Phone Towers, TV and radio broadcasting antennas, radar, DECT cordless phones, wireless networks etc…

Protection against Low Frequency Electric Fields when grounded
 
Industry: To prevent interception of data from wireless networks, and potentially bugged conference rooms
 
Science and R&D: Shielding of electromagnetic interference (EMI) sensitive facilities and equipment
 
Medicine: Protection against sensitive technical equipment. To guarantee important medical data is derived correctly and will not be altered by EMI
 
Electronic Industry: To reduce induction and interference
 
Underground: Apply to a clean dry degreased surface
 
Further Applications: Schools, nurseries, hotel rooms, hospital rooms
 
Apparent use of Nanotechnology: Carbon Black
Reason for Inclusion:

Carbon Black CAS # 1333-86-4 (< 10 %) listed on Safety Data Sheet

"Due to its particle structure Carbon Black is affected by the current nanotechnology/nanomaterial discussions between many stakeholders, including researchers, regulators, Non-Governmental Organizations and industry." - International Carbon Black Association

"...carbon black is produced from small spherical particles (so-called primary particles or nodules) with sizes in the range of 15–300 nm. These particles melt into particle aggregates that are 85–500 nm in aerodynamic diameter..." - DaNa 2.0 Information about nanomaterials and their safety assessment

 

Safety Data Sheet (SDS):

available online

Related Information:

1. Carbon Black FAQs: Physical Characteristics - Is carbon black a nanoparticle? - International Carbon Black Association

2. TOXNET Toxicology Data Network entry for carbon black - NIH U.S. National Library of Medicine