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Thanks to the graphene technology, the screen properties of the shielding paint we offer are at the highest level, up to 50 dB. For ecological reasons, chemical ingredients such as antifreeze and solvents are not used.
This latest technology has many advantages over conventional armour paints.

All new is the fact that the paint is offered in the form of a fine powder that the customer must mix with water. This unique manufacturing process offers a serious advantage to the customer in terms of storage and shipping. One pack of PLV 2.5 (powder), with the addition of 1.5 litres of water, produces 2.50 litres of shielding paint (for self-mixing).
Packaging volume: Per 2.5 litre unit

Graphene technology brings great advantages in terms of quality and application in industry.

Indeed, conductive and electrically capacitive paints as well as paints reflecting high-frequency radiation are nowadays used in industry for the manufacture of capacitors and/or accumulators and in building biology for shielding / reflecting high-frequency electromagnetic radiation (electrosmog) and for the derivation of low-frequency/current electric fields.

Until now, in order to obtain a coating, either electrically conductive and/or electrically capacitive (storage of electrical charges), or reflecting high frequency radiation, the main materials used are dispersions based on protic or organic solvents with the addition of metal particles and/or carbon particles and/or carbon fibres of a size from 1 μm to 500 μm, and a binder such as acrylate/acrylic resin such as styrene acrylate, pure acrylate or polyvinyl acetate (PVAC).

A coating produced with such a dispersion has an apparently smooth surface. However, a closer look under the microscope shows that the characteristic texture is uneven, that individual particles and/or carbon fibres are clearly visible and that there are spaces between the particles and/or carbon fibres - even at high densities - in which only the binder used is present. It is also clear that individual particles - which have no contact with other particles - can also be found on the coating. Since there is no longer any material in these particle spaces with the desired properties such as: electrical conductor, electrical capacitive and/or reflecting high frequency radiation, these particle locations or spaces are rather sub-optimal.

In practice, this problem is currently satisfactorily compensated by several layers and/or by a saturated dispersion (fat) with more and/or less particles per square micrometer (μm2).
However, this compromise has the disadvantage that in the case of a largely saturated dispersion, the binding capacity of the dispersion decreases. In the case of several layers there are additional working steps as well as a higher quantity of dispersion which leads to the formation of particle gaps between the first and second or third layer, with exclusively binding polymers.

All these problems are solved with graphene technology.

5G screen painting EMF-Turtal PLV Indoor

5G screen painting EMF-Turtal PLV Indoor

EUR 112,00

incl. 19 % VAT excl. shipping costs

Thanks to the new patented graphene technology, the screen properties of the shielding paint we offer are at the highest level, up to 50 dB.