SRP Provides Cost Effective Custom Gasket Solutions for a Wide Variety of EMI Insulating and Shielding Applications Including LED Lighting, Appliances, Electronics and Power Supply
We custom fabricate materials used for Electrical Insulation and EMI Shielding applications into gaskets, insulators, electrical and appliance insulation, and many other applications. By utilizing one or a variety of our capabilities, we will determine what the best means of manufacturing will be depending on the size and intricacy of the project.
Common materials used for fabricating EMI gaskets and shields include:
- 3M™ Flame Barrier FRB Series
- DuPont™ Nomex® Fiber Paper
- Fish Paper / Vulcanized Fiber
- Formex™ Polypropylene
- Statex™ Polypropylene
- Kapton® Polyimide
- Mylar® Polyester (PET) Film
- Valox™ Film
What these materials have in common is their resiliency to electricity. They offer superior protection for sensitive electronic components and machinery. They serve as a barrier to prevent consumers and service workers from experiencing electric shock. One of the major benefits of using these materials is not only their resiliency to electricity, but also their ability to provide heat insulation. These materials can also provide lightweight, flame retardant protection that meet strict safety and environmental standards at a low cost.
Common properties for these materials include:
- High Mechanical Strength
- Excellent Resistance to Heat and Cold
- Excellent Electrical Properties
- Good Arc Resistance
- Excellent Tear Resistance
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For more information on EMI Insulation and Isolation materials and products, visit our Plastics + Films, Fibers + Papers, and Custom Gaskets pages. SRP’s dedicated team of engineers are ready to assist you with your next project and provide you with the expertise and quality materials for parts and components that meet your exact specifications. If you need assistance in designing the product, or assistance in choosing the right material for your application, we will certainly be there to help. We can send material samples or prototypes of your design if testing is required.
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