EMI radiation shielding is a technology that prevents EMI waves from causing harm to humans and electronic devices. There are many sources of EMI radiation, such as cell phones, wireless networks, and microwave ovens. These devices may produce high-intensity EMI radiation, which may adversely affect human health or interfere with the normal operation of electronic devices. metal woven mesh is a commonly used EMI radiation shielding material, which has excellent shielding properties and can reflect, absorb, or scatter EMI waves.
When EMI waves meet with metal woven mesh, they will be deflected and generate heat in the metal wires. Metal woven mesh absorbs this heat and disperses it throughout the weave. Boedon can provide you with the best woven mesh solutions and share our experience and knowledge in the field of woven mesh to help you make informed decisions and take full advantage of the full capabilities of metal woven mesh.
EMI radiation shielding is the act of preventing harmful radiation from harming humans and various objects through the use of shielding agents such as lead, concrete, woven wire, etc.
Metal woven mesh is a common EMI shielding material, which consists of metal wires intersecting each other and woven into a metal screen surface. This mesh structure can effectively absorb or reflect the surrounding EMI waves, thus reducing the interference of EMI radiation on the surrounding environment and equipment. Metal woven mesh is commonly used in the manufacture of housings or packaging materials for electronic devices to protect devices from external EMI interference. In addition, metal woven mesh can also be used to make EMI shielding chambers or shields to protect specific areas from EMI waves.
Material, wire diameter, mesh count, weaving type, and other parameters of metal woven mesh can be customized according to your applications, such as sieving and filtration.
Metal woven mesh is particularly effective for EMI radiation shielding because it reflects and absorbs EMI energy. For this reason, metal woven mesh is often used for radiation shielding in a variety of electronic and communications equipment. This is because, in terms of the wavelengths of EMI radiation, the openings in the metal woven mesh are usually woven to a much smaller size than these waves, which causes the radiation waves to reflect off the surface of the mesh. In other words, metal woven mesh blocks our electronic and communication devices, protecting them from potentially harmful EMI energy.
When these EMI waves come into contact with the mesh surface, some of the EMI energy is converted into heat. This heat is absorbed into the metal wires and dispersed throughout the weave. In addition, EMI waves are scattered when they come into contact with the braided wire shielding, which means that the strength of the EMI energy bouncing off or through the mesh is reduced. As a result, woven mesh provides highly effective EMI radiation shielding to protect the surrounding environment and equipment.
Aperture size, thickness, wire diameter, and material of metal woven mesh are key factors that affect the material's ability to shield against radiation.
Mesh count measurement
300 mesh count copper woven mesh