Stainless Steel Fiber
- Minmal effect on neat resin properties
- Similar mold shrinkage to neat resin
- Good shielding-to-cost performance
- Best colorability of the common shielding additives
ASTM D4935: Standard Test Method for Measuring the Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness of Planar Materials
This test method provides a procedure for measuring the electromagnetic (EM) shielding effectiveness (SE) of a material due to a plane-wave, far-field EM wave. The test utilizes a coaxial transmission line to determine the shielding effectiveness of a given material. The test method is valid for a frequency range of 30 MHz to 1.5 GHz. Various thicknesses and types of materials can be tested to acquire a relative ranking of shielding effectiveness.
RTP 2100 Series
Continuous use temperature of 365 degrees F (180 degrees C)
Inherently flame retardant
Polyetherimide (PEI) is a high performance engineering thermoplastic. PEI's
characteristics include high strength and rigidity at elevated temperatures, long term heat resistance, and outstanding dimensional stability.
Like other amorphous, high temperature resins, PEI has outstanding
dimensional stability and is inherently flame retardant. PEI exhibits good chemical resistance to many substances including hydrocarbons, alcohols and halogenated solvents.
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