CYBER NC-RS-A is an EMF/RFID-Shielding Nickel/Copper Adhesive Anti-Rip material that is a top quality product for many applications including wallpaper, sewing, draping, pliable covering, and much more:
- High Performance Copper Nickel Conductive Adhesive Rip-Stop Shielding Fabric
- >60 dB attenuation in 10MHz-3GHz
- Excellent Radiation and EMF Wave Blocking
- Easier Application to dry, level surfaces such as walls
- 50″ Width x 1ft Length
- .09mm (3.5 mil) Thickness
- Nickel/Copper Adhesive Rip-Stop (Anti-Rip) RF-Shielding Fabric with high shielding effectiveness by reflecting RF radiation.
- Superior tarnish and corrosion resistance due to Nickel plating
- Surface Resistance: Approximately .05 Ohm/sq. ASTM F390
- 50 inch wide, sold by 1 linear foot long
- Metallic Polyester fabric coated with pure Copper and Nickel coating
- Light weight and flexible
- Easy to cut and sew
- Superior tarnish and corrosion resistance
- High conductivity and RF-shielding performance
Note: Nickel may produce skin allergies. Handle this material with protective gloves. The material is not intended for direct contact with skin. It is non-toxic, tasteless, does not decompose to toxic and irritating odor, and can be handled for waste as normal trash.
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