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EMF Shielding Material HNG80, 90cms

€ 20.80


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EMF Shielding Material HNG80, 90 cm/ 1 Linear Meter

HNG80 provides protection against high and low frequency radiation.  This closely woven, metallized polyester can be used for walls, ceilings, floors, etc.

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This excellent product has been used in professional contexts only before and has now become available for private use.  Typical application for bonding interior on walls, ceilings, floors.  It can be used on its own or covered with any normal wallcovering.

Technical data

  • Width: 90 cm

  • Length: By the meter 

  • Attenuation: 80 dB +/- 5 dB at 1 GHz

  • Weight: 75 g/m²

  • Material thickness: 0.075 mm

  • Color: Anthracite / Brown

  • Tensile strength: Very good in both directions, 220 N/mm

  • Materials: Polyester, copper, nickel, protection coating

EMF Shielding Graph:

EMF shielding level of metallized polyamide netting HNG80.

Download EMF Shielding Test Report



In case of processing HNG80 as an intermediate layer we recommend using our dispersion glue DKL90 for adhesion. The wall and the backside of HNG80 should be coated with a paint roller. Insert the material wet on wet. Fix it manually (with disposable gloves) and press a gummed roller against the fleece to get a crease-free surface. Work quickly and strip by strip only so that the DK90 glue does not dry. A crease-free adhesion is only possible on perfectly level surfaces! Structured surfaces (ingrain wallpaper, textured plastering) have to be smoothed. If that is not possible, we recommend using our shielding paint HSF54.



Due to the highly conductive surface this material can be contacted and grounded easy to shield low frequency (LF) electric fields. 


EMF Shielding Attenuation

The shielding attenuation is regularly tested in our own laboratory or by Professor Dipl.Ing. Pauli at the University of the German Federal Armed Forces in Munich due to the standards ASTM D4935-10 and/or IEEE-STD-299-2006. The line in the diagram stands for the radial direction of polarisation (both directions, horizontal/vertical) and indicates the attenuation achievable in practice.