Y-Shield Paint


YShield High Frequency Shielding Paint

SKU: 70290


Easy to apply water-based carbon conductive paint for walls, ceilings, doors and other interior OR exterior surfaces. Very effective for blocking cell phone signals, CB, TV, AM, FM signals, radiofrequency radiation and microwaves. Tested highly effective up to 18 GHz!

Based on a high quality pure acrylic binder, this shielding paint offers a perfect compromise of excellent attenuation, high water resistance and good ecology. Good adhesion on many surfaces and substrates like latex paint, construction boards, cement, plaster, polystyrene, masonry surfaces, etc.

Frost-resistant liquid format, ready to use right out of the bottle. Easy to handle – roll similar to ordinary wall paint – and still achieve an amazing reduction of 99% of HF-Radiation with only one layer. Dries quickly. Water clean-up.

Due to its holohedral carbon structure, without fibers or meshes, it offers consistent attenuation regardless of the direction of signal polarization, and a highly conductive surface.

15 month long shelf life. Safe for air or ground shipping any time of year.

Cover with latex paint, wallpaper, etc. to achieve desired aesthetics
Color: black
Attenuation: typically 30 dB per layer
Resistivity: ~10 Ohm per sq
Minimum application temperature: +1°C / 33.8°F
Weight: 3.2 lb /liter
Typical coverage: 50-100 ft² (~ 5-10 m²) per liter
Shelf Life: 15 months, unopended
RoHS Compliant
VOC content 0,2 g/l

Requires grounding like any other RF shielding material. Appropriate for home, industry, research, and educational applications. Can be used for interior or exterior application, overcoat with high hiding latex paint of any color.

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