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EMI Shielding

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Do you need fingerstock gasket for your company’s equipment and electronics? Shieldinx is a suitable partner in EMI, thermal and mechanical protection solutions. We use our years of knowledge and experience to find the best solutions within your design process. This way you are assured of the best possible protection in the workplace.

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How is a fingerstock gasket used?

A fingerstock gasket consists of contact strips to close gaps between electronic components. This is necessary for the proper EMI shielding of your equipment in order to prevent malfunctions and overheating. The gasket is used for electronics that are not suitable for lasering or soldering. Just like a foam gasket , this can also be used with high-temperature equipment. There are several mounting options for these contact strips, such as:

  • Clamp fasteners
  • Stick-on mounting
  • Snap-on mounting
  • Click nails

As a specialist in EMI protection solutions , we are happy to help you determine which installation is suitable for your project. This way you are guaranteed to have the best solution for your business.

Contact us for EMI shielding within your project

You can easily request a quote for a fingerstock gasket to EMI shield your equipment by filling out our contact form . If you have any questions about our products or your project, we will be happy to help you. We can be reached by phone at 013-3030014. We are happy to help you improve safety in your workplace.

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