Ultra Elite EMI Armour

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Ultra Elite EMI Armour Paint

Nanotech Ultimate Elite EMI Armour Paint is a one-part, aqueous conductive polyester paint based on Nanotech Premium Graphene Technology and silver-coated copper flakes, designed to attenuate electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) and dissipate heat for heat management.   These features are critical for modern technology, in which heat sinks utilize conduction and … Continue reading “Ultra Elite EMI Armour Paint”



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Nanotech Ultimate Elite EMI Armour Paint is a one-part, aqueous conductive polyester paint based on Nanotech Premium Graphene Technology and silver-coated copper flakes, designed to attenuate electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI) and dissipate heat for heat management.

 

These features are critical for modern technology, in which heat sinks utilize conduction and convection for heat dissipation in order to avoid a thermal shutdown. The coating is also highly corrosion-proof and scratch resistant, due to the excellent chemical stability and physical strength of our proprietary graphene technology.

 

This paint is ready to spray, roll or brush and requires no heat treatment, safe for heat-sensitive substrates. It adheres strongly to plastic, metal, glass, and textile substrates and mild solvent-based formulation make it applicable for plastic prone to solvent dissolution, such as polystyrene and polyethylene.

 

Product Uses:

 

This paint can be applied to the interiors of electrical components to efficiently attenuate electromagnetic interference (EMI) for equipment protection and data security. It can also be applied to the exteriors of equipment to provide corrosion resistance, abrasion protection, and heat dissipation. The paint shows very good thermal conductivity, which is critical for modern technology, in which heat sinks utilize conduction and convection for heat dissipation in order to avoid a thermal shutdown.