CHO-SHIELD(reg) 2052 conductive coating provides high levels of EMI shielding on plastic enclosure materials such as polycarbonate, ABS, PC-ABS, Noryl, and PVC. The coating consists of silver-plated-copper particles dispersed in a one-component acrylic resin system. The coating is compatible with all commercially available application technologies, including high volume/low pressure (HVLP) spray systems and conventional propeller-agitated pressure pots. The coating also meets UL746 adhesion requirements.
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