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MG Chemicals Super Shield Conductive Coating


MG Chemicals Super Shield Conductive Coating-Aerosol

Description of MG Chemicals Super Shield Conductive Coating

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Nobody wants alien frequencies conflicting with their electronic devices, signals get crossed and radios start acting weird. To stop this, you need some shielding. MG Chemicals Super Shield Conductive Coating blocks electromagnetic interferences and adheres to most plastic surfaces. Available in aerosol or liquid, you can just apply it to a multitude of electronics and in 10 minutes, its dry and set to work. Additionally, this shield coating is environmentally friendly and wont hurt the ozone.

Tested under IEEE Std. 299-1997 conditions, you know youll be getting an effective product when you buy MGC Super Shield. It's perfect for using on airplane control boards, aerospace technology, and any other equipment that relies on radio signals for transmitting information. Applying a 1-2 mm layer of this conductive coating will provide you with 40-50dB protection across a frequency of 5-1800MHz. MGC Coating Thinner is a great accessory for this Shield product if you find that it is too thick for your project needs.

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Features and Benefits

  • Dries quickly
  • Versatile uses
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • One Year Standard Warranty
  • Tested under IEEE Std. 299-1997 conditions

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Aerosol Specifications
 Physical and Chemical Properties
 Percent Solids27%
 Percent Nickel19%
 Approximate Coverage (841-340G)1600in
Physical StateAerosol
OdorEthereal
SolubilityPartial
Evaporation RateFast
 Specific Gravity1.85
 Vapor Pressure48 PSI @ 21C 
 Vapor Density4.1 (Air = 1) 
 pH
 Stability and Reactivity
 StabilityStable at normal temperatures and pressures. 
 Conditions to AvoidTemperatures over 40C, ignition sources, and incompatible materials 
IncompatibilitiesAlkali and alkaline earth metals, powdered aluminum, zing, magnesium, and beryllium, lithium aluminum hydride, potassium tert-butoxide, nitrates, strong acids, oxidizing agents, chlorosulphonic acid, hydrogen peroxide
 PolymerizationWill not occur 
DecompositionHalogens, halogen acids, possibly carbonyl, carbon dioxide, and carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides
Exposure Controls
Keep away fromEyes, mouth, nose, and skin
VentilationUse adequate ventilation to keep airborne concentrations to a minimum
Personal ProtectionWear appropriate protective eyeglasses or chemical safety goggles. Wear appropriate protective clothing to precedence skin contact. Use a NIOSH approved respirator when adequate ventilation is not available.
Fire Fighting Measures
Auto-ignition Temperature465C
Flash Point-18C
LEL/UEL1/36
Extinguishing MediaUse water spray, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, or chemical foam
General InformationWill burn if involved in a fire. Containers may explode in the heat of a fire. Flash back along vapor trail is possible.
Hazards Identification
WHMIS CodesA, B2, D2A
NFPA RatingsHealth 1, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0
HMIS RatingsHealth 1, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0
EyesLiquid in contact with eyes may cause permanent eye damage
SkinMay cause skin irritation and possible pain and stinging if the skin is abraded
InhalationSolvents may cause respiratory tract irritation, headache, and possible dizziness
IngestionMay cause respiratory and digestive tract irritation
ChronicProlonged and repeated exposure may cause dermatitis, de-fatting of the skin, liver and kidney damage, and adverse central nervous system effects
 Liquid Specifications
 Physical and Chemical Properties
 Percent Solids72% 
 Percent Nickel59.5% 
 Approximate Coverage _841-900ML)8300in 
 Viscosity (Brookfield#2@22C)13250cps 
 Physical StateLiquid 
 OdorEthereal 
 SolubilityPartial 
 Evaporation RateFast 
 Boiling Point59C 
 Specific Gravity1.85 
 Vapor Pressure1 PSI@21C 
 Vapor Density4.1 (Air = 1) 
 pH
 Stability and Reactivity
 StabilityStable at normal temperatures and pressures 
 Conditions to AvoidTemperatures over 40C, ignition sources, and incompatible substances 
 IncompatibilitiesAlkali and alkaline earth metals, powdered aluminum, zinc, magnesium, and beryllium, lithium aluminum hydride, potassium tert-butoxide, nitrates, strong acids, strong oxidizers, chlorosulphonic acid, hydrogen peroxide 
 PolymerizationWill not occur 
 DecompositionCarbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides 
 Exposure Controls
 Keep away fromEyes, mouth, nose, and skin 
 VentilationUse adequate ventilation to keep airborne concentrations to a minimum
 Personal ProtectionWear appropriate protective eyeglasses or safety goggles. Wear appropriate protective clothing to prevent skin contact. Wear a NIOSH approved respirator if adequate ventilation isn't available.
 Fire Fighting Measures
 Auto-ignition Temperature465C 
 Flash Point-18C 
 LEL/UEL1/36 
 Extinguishing MediaUse water spray, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, or chemical foam 
General InformationWill burn if involved in a fire. Flash back along vapor trail is possible.
Hazards Identification
WHMIS CodesB2, D2A
NFPA RatingsHealth 1, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0
HMIS RatingsHealth 1, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0
EyesLiquid in contact with eyes may cause permanent eye damage.
SkinMay cause skin irritation and possible pain and stinging if the skin is abraded
InhalationSolvents may cause respiratory tract irritation, headache, and possible dizziness
IngestionMay cause respiratory and digestive tract irritation
ChronicProlonged and repeated exposure may cause dermatitis, de-fatting of the skin, liver and kidney damage, and adverse central nervous system effects

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