Electromagnetic shielding suit

- Aug 12, 2020-

Electromagnetic shielding suit is to use the electrical conductivity of metallization fabric, to reflect the electromagnetic wave, to achieve attenuation or eliminate the effect on the human body of electromagnetic energy, so as to prevent the harmful physiological effects of electromagnetic radiation on the human body.

Shielding service function:

1. Anti-electromagnetic radiation function:

Effectively shielding computers, household appliances and daily office equipment from electromagnetic radiation,

Effectively shielding high-voltage lines, substations, TV and radio transmitter towers, cell phone base stations, radar and other electromagnetic radiation.

The protective effect on people who often use these electrical equipment and live and work in these environments should not be underestimated.

2. Anti-static, anti-ULTRAVIOLET, anti-fouling, anti-moth, anti-bacteria, anti-odor.

Shielding Suit Introduction:

The electromagnetic shielding suit is a three-layer structure, with buttons to remove each other.

1. Medical gown: button front, matching hat and a bright bag.

2. Split fixture: button front, matching hat, double breast pocket, each suit, trousers and cap.

Features of shielding suit:

1. The shielded sandwich is removable and washable, avoiding the decrease of screen effect caused by washing.

2. Wide working frequency, high shielding efficiency, stable performance, single-layer wrapped mobile phone can't get through.

Shielding service applicable groups

It can be applied to groups working in electromagnetic radiation working environment for a long time, effectively attenuating the harm of electromagnetic radiation to human body, and is an ideal protection product for people working in electromagnetic radiation working environment.

1. Staff of power generation and power supply system, radio, television, telecommunications, communications, radar, navigation, securities and other computer rooms;

2. Staff using high frequency or microwave equipment;

Production and research personnel using electronic equipment and instruments;

4. Personnel working in medical equipment, electronic physiotherapy, high-frequency welding, quenching, smelting, plastic thermal bonding, food drying and other environments;

Children, unmarried young men and women and pregnant women working and living in highly exposed areas;

6. People exposed to electromagnetic radiation such as computers, photocopiers and household appliances for a long time;

People with cardiac pacemakers and others sensitive to electromagnetic radiation.