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EMF-Shielding Paint

February 10, 2020 | By | Reply More

EMF-shielding paint is a special coating which contains conductive particles, either metallic or carbon. It is used to shield radio-frequency EMF, and is not effective against low-frequency magnetic fields.

The paint is generally quite thick, and black in colour (carbon-based paints). I understand that you can paint over it, but you may need two coats to properly mask the colour.

Be prepared to measure the EMF with a suitable meter before you start, and after you finish -to check the paint’s effectiveness and your own workmanship!

We recommend that EMF shielding paint be electrically grounded for best results. Some people use strips of conductive tape for this purpose (applied to the wall first, then painted over. (The tape also has to be connected to an electrical earth.) Or you can use a grounding kit made for the purpose. (See below.)

Finally, you may need more paint than you expect for each coat, and you may need more than one coat in some places.

Warning: Not having used these products, our recommendations rely heavily on the experience of others!


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If in UK, you will be directed to Amazon.co.uk


If in UK, you will be directed to Amazon.co.uk

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