Electromagnetic Shielding Manufacturers and Companies

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  • San Fernando, CA 818-764-8222

    We are electromagnetic shielding experts. We have the experience, technology, tools, and innovative spirit that is necessary to solve all EMI problems. We will work with you to solve your EMI problems, and we will never let you use the wrong product for the job. We seek after the best solutions to every problem. Learn more on our website!

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  • Lancaster, NY 716-684-7600

    We are based in New York, but we have clients around the world! We are a top electromagnetic shielding manufacturer in the United States. Our goal is to offer the best in customer service, product durability, affordable pricing, and quality to our customers. We know that your business is important, which is why we offer the best! Contact us to learn more!

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  • Tipp City, OH 937-667-8484

    Established in 1965, Captor Corporation has been an industry leader offering high quality custom EMI filters. Our services use "off the shelf" parts, are faster and more affordable than our competitors. We also specialize in manufacturing low to medium volume jobs of circuit boards and cable harnesses. Contact us today for EMI/RMI filter solutions tailored to meet your specific requirements!

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  • Bethlehem, PA 800-576-7325

    Seal Science, Inc. (SSI) is an industry leader in design engineering and precision manufacturing of materials and components for critical sealing applications and advanced technology systems. SSI provides cutting edge technological solutions for mechanical and electrical systems; including structural subsystem design, signature management and electromechanical interference (EMI) shielding products. Contact us for more information!

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  • Hackettstown, NJ 908-227-6857

    East Coast Shielding manufactures and distributes EMI/RFI shielding materials. We offer conductive elastomers, wire, shield strips, wire mesh, air ventilated panels, EMI gaskets and more. Call us today so we can talk one-on-one to ensure that your EMI shielding needs are met.

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Protecting Industries from Electromagnetic Radiation

With so many devices in the modern world emanating electromagnetic radiation, many people are concerned with the safety of these devices. Since electromagnetic products have only been in use for a few decades, it is impossible to determine if they are truly safe.

Luckily, electromagnetic shielding can block EMI and RFI radiation. Shielding comes in many forms, as thick as an actual sheet of metal and as thin as a simple coating of paint. EMI shielding manufacturers have a variety of ways to keep radiation from damaging people and sensitive equipment. EMI shielding is used in factories to protect sensitive equipment from damage and it is used in cell phones and other personal electronic devices to prevent the waves from passing through the body.

Other industries, such as the military and other safety organizations also use EMI shielding to protect equipment and people. Certain shields and coatings are used for tasks like, preventing waves that can trigger harmful devices and disrupting pulses that can damage sensitive electronics. Some coatings are simply necessary to prevent two forms of waves from interfering with one another, such as the waves produced by two different machines in a factory.

Without the protection that EMI coatings and shields provide, many industrial companies would have a lot more problems. Machines that interfere with one another could cause expensive damages. Radiation passing into workers could potentially cause health problems. It is essential to protect the equipment and people in a factory or any commercial setting from the potential of EMF or RFI radiation.

Electromagnetic Shielding

Electromagnetic shielding is a barrier which protects electronic equipment from ambient electromagnetic interference. Electromagnetic interference, or EMI, is the magnetic field which is created by electrical currents; EMI can travel along wires, electrical circuits and conductors, while radio frequency interference (RFI) is radiated electromagnetic noise, which travels through the air as radio waves. Both EMI and RFI cause similar effects, although EMI typically operates on lower frequencies than RFI.

EMI enclosures, EMI coating, EMI gaskets and  EMI filters are used as magnetic shielding to guard sensitive electronic equipment. EMI and RFI are created, by widely varying degrees, by everything which conducts electrical energy, including electrical wires, electrical appliances, computers and all electronic equipment. Signal-bearing electronic devices such as mobile phones give off RFI. Normal electrical currents are disrupted when moderate to high levels of EMI or RFI are introduced; un-channeled electromagnetic signals and radio frequency waves can act as "noise", magnetically altering normal flow of electrical currents and impeding the flow of electrical energy. Electromagnetic shielding and EMI filters can be found in medical devices, computers, mobile phones, stereo systems, television sets, windows, vents, fabrics, foils and even walls.

Shielding sensitive electronic equipment from electromagnetic interference and shielding high EMI-emitting equipment from contaminating other equipment can be achieved by enclosing equipment in a conductive EMI absorbing material or by coating equipment or equipment enclosures with EMI coating. Thus, electromagnetic shielding can be accomplished through evident physical objects, or through unapparent objects. Electromagnetic shields are also called magnetic shields, EMF shields or RFI/RF shields and may be made from conductive rubber, like nitrile or silicone, or metals with high magnetic permeability. Metals such as nickel, copper, steel and aluminum are commonly used, although the industry standard magnetic shielding material is Mu-MetalĀ®, an alloy of nickel, iron, copper and molybdenum. Many industries depend on EMI shielding products to protect communication systems, in industries such as medical, telecommunication, stage production, sound production and many others. Within circuit boards and CPUs, most problematic EMI comes from electromagnetic cross-talk between different components on the same board as EMI travels across wires and conductive materials.

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Elasto Proxy Supplies EMI Shielding for Military Electronics and Medical Equipment

Elasto Proxy, a supplier of specialty sealing solutions and custom fabricator of rubber and plastic parts, is supplying EMI shielding for military electronics and medical equipment. Electromagnetic interference (EMI) can disrupt sensitive electronic components and endanger the lives of the warfighters and hospital patients who depend on them. The causes of EMI are numerous, and include everything from radio transmitters and electric motors to fluorescent lights, power lines, and computer circuits. Regulations limit unwanted electronic emissions, but EMI shielding remains mission-critical. Whether aboard a navy frigate or inside... Read More