YSHIELD® Stainless steel gauze V4A03 | HF+LF | Width 90 cm | 1 meter
Semi-transparent V4A stainless steel gauze, 50 dB attenuation.
Screening attenuation: The indicated dB-values apply to 1 GHz. Measurement from 40/600 MHz to 40 GHz according to standards ASTM D4935-10 or IEEE Std 299-2006, view report below.
Order quantity: From 1 running meter in steps of 0.1 running meters. Will be cut off according to customer’s requirements, no right of withdrawal. Request a free sample before ordering.
PDF: Report screening attenuation
Content: 0.9 square meter
Weight: 210 g
ID: 164 / 1095
Packaging: 960x60x60 mm
V4A03 is an extremely fine woven, noncorrosive stainless-steel gauze for the protection against high-frequency radiation (HF) and low-frequency electric fields (LF).
Typical application due to the thin filaments especially as flyscreen. In comparision to V4A10, due to the smaller mesh width, the shielding attenuation is better at high frequencies. Further application in roof areas, at drywall constructions, loosely laid, etc.
V4A (AISI 316) is resistant against water, water vapor, air humidity, mild acids and in coastal areas against salty seawater!
- Width: 90 cm
- Length: 25 m roll / by the meter
- Attenuation: 50 dB, two-layer 65 dB
- Mesh width: 0.3 mm
- Wire diameter: 0.08 mm
- Material thickness: 0.16 mm
- Open area: 54 %
- Weight: 200 g/m².
- Color: Silver.
- Fire-proof material, A1 according DIN 4102:1994.
- Surface conductivity: 0.03 Ohm (square resistance)
In case processing as flyscreen, the application is identical to that of a regular flyscreen in commercial tenter frames. In case processing V4A03 under plaster you should work with a finest organic filler. Under the floor covering (laminate, parquet, PVC coating, etc.) the V4A03 is being fixed with the adhesive used for the floor covering. For drywall construction and in roof area the mesh elements can be bolt or stapled together. The rule is: Always overlapp the single elements at least 5 cm. For grounding use the perforated stainless steel tape ELB by screwing it right across the elements into the surface.