About EMI shielding gaskets with loaded silicone
Silicone raw material is mixed with conductive metallic particles to provide an electric conductivity to the final loaded silicone material. The conductive particles used are Nickel and graphite (Ni/C) or Silver and Aluminum (Ag/Al). You can find more information about the difference between both materials, on our article about loaded silicone EMI shielding gaskets.
This conductive loaded silicone is extruded, molded or die-cut to manufacture shielding gaskets against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequencies (RF).
The extrusion can also be made simultaneously from two kind of silicone (loaded silicone and neutral silicone). The bi-material gaskets ensured a higher IP sealing with a improved integration.
The following catalog lists the different profiles of EMI shielding gaskets made from loaded silicone and bi-material silicone.
To complete this range of standard profiles, we can manufacture custom tools to perfectly fit to your application.
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