Width: 100 cm
Length: By the meter, 20 m roll, 50 m roll
Order quantity: In measures of 1.0 running meters. This product is cut off according to your specifications, a return is not possible.
(Please request a free sample before an order).
Attenuation: 100 dB
Screening attenuation: Attenuation values applies to 1 Ghz. Measurement to ASTM D4935-10 / IEEE Std 299-2006 / IEEEE Std 1128-1998 / ASTM A698/A698M-07.
Surface conductivity: 0.04 Ohm (Square resistance)
Grounding: Electrically conductive. Can be contacted and grounded to shield electric fields (LF). Please find corresponding components under "Grounding".
(A recommendation here is difficult because this depends on the application. Please ask us)!
Weight: 340 g/m²
Thickness: 0.22 mm
Tensile strength: 2.7 - 4.4 kN/m
Colour: White / Grey
Delivery Time: Usually between 2 - 3 working days
Loose laying / stapling: Always overlap the single elements for at least 5 cm. Do consider that there should be no gaps / holes.
Bonding the metallized surface of wallpaper in direction of facing the wall: The issue is, that for a proper grounding, the sheets must be electrically connected with each other. Usually this is attained by using the grounding strap EB1, which is connecting the single sheets with each other. When bonding the sheets with the metallized surface facing the wall this is not possible. If you still decide to do this though, you will have to apply the grounding strap EB1 to the wall first and then adhere the sheets with standard wallpaper paste onto the wall. This will give a slight chance that the metallized side will be contacted with EB1. Because this depends on the glue, we recommend to carry out experiments.
Bonding the metallized surface of wallpaper in direction of facing out into room: This is the best solution, even though the result is not so nice. But in return, all sheets subsequently can easily be connected with EB1 and then grounded.
Edge to edge or overlapping: Ideally the sheets should be glued on overlapping to achieve the best attenuation. As a next step the overlapping should be smoothed with a fine filler. However, you wont achieve a perfect even surface. Alternatively you can glue on the sheets edge to edge as normal for wallpapers. This will cause a low loss of attenuation.