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Electromagnetic Interference "EMI" is of major concern for OEM's Original Equipment Manufacturers of Electrical devices.
The quality of the shielding depends on the proportion of the electric field that is allowed to pass the coating barrier.
Laboratory results with coatings under test do not come true in the real world since we are not dealing with flat panels in an ideal setting.
The shift away from metal enclosures to plastic has made the EMI problem more severe and the need for Conductive coatings is ever greater.
When Shielding a conductive coating is not always the only solution other products may be required to make a device comply.
When designing a device with a coating consideration must be given to other design conditions to avoid unnecessary expense later.
This is probably the most important factor when applying a conductive coating to a substrate any degradation will lead to detrimental effects.
The most critical piece of inspection equipment is an accurate Low ohms meter that can allow testing of sheet resistance and continuity.
When dealing with a new product and using the simultaneous method of design consideration must be given to the area being coated.