Electrically conductive lacquer
Metal housings offer the best shield against electromagnetic radiation. Non-conductive plastics such as polyurethane foam, ABS, ABS/PC etc. are becoming more common for enclosures for electrical and electronic devices. Since these materials cannot resist electromagnetic interference, the function of these devices will affect or interfere with disturb other devices. This requires the use of conductive coatings to achieve electromagnetic compatibility and shielding. The Celerol-EMI coating contains a high proportion of conductive particles for metallization and thus provides a very good attenuation.