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Flight Simulator refurbishment. Interior and Exterior using approved Military Coatings.

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Production Painting and Screen Printing on Cold Rolled Steal (Communications Industry).

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Aerospace Coatings
BMS 10-11 Epoxy Primer
MIL-DTL-5541E, Class 3 & High Temp. Digital Masking.

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Clear Coat and Hydro-Graphics applied to CeraKote Ceramic Base Coating on Custom AR-15.

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Testing: MILI-OHMS per Sq. Inch using a callibrated Fluke Milti-Meter with Hard-wired Probes.

 

Florida Finishing EMI / RFI Shielding.

Contact Florida Finishing regarding a Custom EMI / RFI Shielding Coating Solution designed to meet your requirements.

Florida Finishing is a EMI / RFI wet spray Shielder...

Our versatile facility is equipped with multiple spray booths capable of providing prototype and production volume parts. We specialize in open spray, mask spray, EMI / RFI Shielding, highlighting and industrial airbrushing. Florida Finishing is a sought after provider of decorative, cosmetic, and protective finishes for a variety of products. Our capabilities serve a large variety of industries such as automotive, furniture, military, electronic, appliance and heavy equipment machining industries. We work with the leading Shielding manufacturers to provide the highest level of protection and processes that meet your expectations and your specifications.

For your convenience and technical reference, below we have published a list of product data sheets for common Shielding coatings used at Florida Finishing. However, we are not limited in our expertise to the listing below. If our customers have coating requirements outside of our current coating inventory. Florida Finishing will procure, and inventory customer required coatings. And in most cases, at no additional cost to the customer. Contingent initialy upon Lot Size and/or contractual agreement. Please click on the link to review the product data sheet for that Shielding Coating.

EMI / RFI Shielding Products...

SprayLat 599-B3730

Conductive Silver Coating
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SprayLat 599-B3740

Hybrid Conductive Coating
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SprayLat 599-B3755

Silver Coated Copper Conductive Coating
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SprayLat 599-B4540

Conductive Nickel Coating
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SprayLat 599-B5085

Conductive Nickel Coating
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SprayLat 599-Y2000

Conductive Copper Coating
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MG Chemical 841

Conductive Nickel Coating

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EMI / RFI Shielding Definition

Electromagnetic shielding is the practice of reducing the electromagnetic field in a space by blocking the field with barriers made of conductive or magnetic materials. Shielding is typically applied to enclosures to isolate electrical devices from the 'outside world', and to cables to isolate wires from the environment through which the cable runs. Electromagnetic shielding that blocks radio frequency electromagnetic radiation is also known as RF shielding.

The shielding can reduce the coupling of radio waves, electromagnetic fields and electrostatic fields. A conductive enclosure used to block electrostatic fields is also known as a Faraday cage. The amount of reduction depends very much upon the material used, its thickness, the size of the shielded volume and the frequency of the fields of interest and the size, shape and orientation of apertures in a shield to an incident electromagnetic field.

Typical materials used for electromagnetic shielding include sheet metal, metal screen, and metal foam. Any holes in the shield or mesh must be significantly smaller than the wavelength of the radiation that is being kept out, or the enclosure will not effectively approximate an unbroken conducting surface.

Another commonly used shielding method, especially with electronic goods housed in plastic enclosures, is to coat the inside of the enclosure with a metallic ink or similar material. The ink consists of a carrier material loaded with a suitable metal, typically copper or nickel, in the form of very small particulates. It is sprayed on to the enclosure and, once dry, produces a continuous conductive layer of metal, which can be electrically connected to the chassis ground of the equipment, thus providing effective shielding.

RF shielding enclosures filter a range of frequencies for specific conditions. Copper is used for radio frequency (RF) shielding because it absorbs radio and magnetic waves. Properly designed and constructed copper RF shielding enclosures satisfy most RF shielding needs, from computer and electrical switching rooms to hospital CAT-scan and MRI facilities.