Knitted Mesh Shielding
Knitted mesh shielding usually refers to knitted wire gaskets, compressed knitted wire gaskets and knitted wire mesh tape used for EMI/RFI shielding. This knitted mesh is mainly made of stainless steel, copper, Monel, nickel and other alloy wires.
Knitted wire gaskets usually consist of a layer of knitted mesh and an elastomer or foam core. The outer knitted mesh wraps the elastomer or foam core. The elastomer and foam core ensure recovery after compression. Knitted wire shielding can be manufactured in various shapes and used in different applications. Its main shapes include circle, rectangle, double round and round with tail. It is mainly used in the magnetic field and electrical fields, including EMP applications, EMI/RFI shielding and sealing.
The compressed knitted wire gasket refers to a high-density gasket that is formed under pressure. It can be made into different shapes to suit different applications, such as ring, circle, rectangle, etc. It is often used in sealing rings, ground buttons and other sealing materials for EMI/RFI shielding applications.
Knitted wire mesh shielding is usually formed by directly rolling up the knitted wire mesh or winding the knitted mesh on a plastic or paper reel. It is a highly flexible and elastic material that can fit irregular or complex surfaces. Coupled with excellent shielding performance, it is widely used in EMI/RFI shielding of power, data and communication cables.