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In Reply to: RE: Pulshut by: Asahi Kasei posted by marcus.six on April 24, 2012 at 07:35:31
I am not familiar with the Pulshut product, but if you are seeking this type of product you may find interest in Aaronia X-Dream:
Aronia's novel, patented EMC & RF Shielding-Fleece Aaronia X-DreamŽ offers an impressive RF screeningperformance of far more than 100dB. Highest RF screening performance even in the high GHz range.
Probably offers the best rf and emc screening worldwide in this product and price category!
Optimal for rf Shielding-Application in indoor as well as outdoor areas of homes, offices, laboratories and manufacturing. Also ideal for building bug-proof environments, precision EMC measurement chambers, or shielding-application in aerospace.
This product shields a 10000fold higher performance than Aaronia-ShieldŽ.
Also available as self-adhesive version Aaronia X-DreamŽ PLUS.
Thanks coolhand, but I think X-Dream would not be suitable for the "in box" treatment of amps, preamps...etc where you need a thinner material like Pulshut.
Mmmmm, I'm not sure how much thinner you would require for hifi gear, the product I linked is a mere 0.5mm thick ( that's 0.0196 inches thick) !?!
But in case you didn't check out the numerous other emf/rf shielding products which Spectran offers, I've linked their main RF shielding products page below.
I haven't tried any myself but they appear to be rather competitively priced and actually provide laboratory tested specifications for each product.
The specs of X-Dream are spectacular and it appears to be thin enough for "hi-fi" too, but do you think these two products are comparable?
Well I just had a quick peruse of the Asahi-Kasei Pulshut pages and from what I could determine that product range is essentially very similar in numerous respects to the types of shielding materials offered by Aaronia.
I imagine that the X-Dream product would be ideal for your intended application, if you do try some please leave some feedback, it's something I plan to do some experimenting with also!
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