Fingerstock Gaskets

Aug. 4, 2005
Copper-beryllium fingerstock gaskets ease EMI problems by acting as conductive seals, keeping emissions out of sensitive equipment.

The elastic nature of this metal alloy means it has a repeatable cycle suitable for door closures. These gaskets provide an EMI attenuation of 124 dB at 10 MHz. They come in self-adhesive or clip-mounting versions for specific applications. Standard finishes are bright copper or tin. A wide range of profiles is available from stock. Stainless steel and phosphor bronze are available for applications where corrosion might be a problem or high cleanliness is required.

Laird EMI
3481 Rider Trail
St. Louis, MO 63045
(314) 344-9300

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