Market Sector: RFI / EMI Conductive Shielding Paints are widely used in the Automotive industry
The Automotive industry uses conductive paints throughout its processes to shield its electronics from Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Electromagnetic interference (EMI). Sections of the vehicle are coated such as the firewalls behind the dashboard which are coated to protect the electronics that are mounted on the bulkhead and the plastic casings in the vehicles containing sections of electronics like engine management controls.
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