YSHIELD HSF54/HF+LF Shielding Paint

Protection from High Frequency Telecoms Radiation & Electric Fields

Our long time classic was improved again in 2019. The All-in-One paint, if you cannot decide.
Our top-selling shielding paint for interior and exterior shielding against high-frequency radiation (HF) and against low-frequency electric fields (LF). Based on a high quality pure-acrylic binder, this shielding paint offers a perfect compromise of excellent attenuation, high water resistance and good ecology.
Frost resistant: Suitable for shipping during winter time and for sea freights in containers. Breathable, solvent free, low-odour & low-emission.

Test of our shielding paint HSF54

Weight Price
YSHIELD HSF54 - 5 LitreHSF54-5 7.3 kg £174.44
YSHIELD HSF54 - 1 LitreHSF54-1L 1.4 kg £41.98
YSHIELD HSF54 - 20 LitresHSF54/4x5L 29.2 kg £650.38

Technical Specification

Shielding attenuation: One layer 39dB, two layers 49dB and three layers 59dB. The shielding attenuation is regularly tested in our own EMC laboratory. We have measurement setups due to the following standards: ASTM D4935-10, IEEE Std 299-2006, IEEEE Std 1128-1998, ASTM A698/A698M-07.
Common: Our shielding paints, shielding with carbons has many advantages, see common characteristics.
Application (coverage): Interior (7.5m²/l), exterior (5m²/l).
Underground: Interior and exterior: Excellent adhesion on almost all undergrounds like existing emulsion paints, sheetrock, wallpaper, cement, plaster, masonry, wood, etc. In technical applications: Plastic substrates, glass, flexible films, carpet, laminate, etc.
Top coating: Preferably covered with plastic bonded, water-based emulsion paints, dispersion silicate paints, facade paints or silicon resin paints. Not applicable are pure mineral paints (clay, loam, chalk, silicate). Due to the high adhesive tensile strength (to ETAG 004 for EIFS-systems, minimum 0.08 N/mm²), applicable directly under pure organic plaster, no mineral plasters!
Ingredients: Synthetic dispersion, graphite, water, carbon black, additives, preservative (MIT, BIT).
VOC-content: 0.2 g/l (the EU limit value for category A/a is 30 g/l from 2010).
Shelf live: 12 months.
Colour: Black.
Grounding: Must be grounded! We recommend interior the Grounding Strap EBX-10 plus Grounding Plate GW, with Grounding cable GC-200 Plugged into Grounding plate Tube-GT/Attach to copper Heating Pipes or Grounding Plug GP - (German & French) also available: 3 Pin (UK) Earth Plug , exterior the Fibre Additive AF3 plus the Grounding Plate GE with Grounding rod GR-40/Exterior

Delivery Time: Usually between 2 - 3 business days

Common characteristics:
Easy handling and processing
Easy application. All paints are best applied with a paint roller.

TÜV-SÜD certification
We have our shielding paints monitored by TÜV-SÜD. The whole production process including quality control, emission behaviour and economical use of preserving agents is subject to monitoring. Please find the certificate pdf above.

Any kind of aqueous paint must be preserved. Controversial, is the use of Isothiazolinone- compounds, referring to CIT only. CIT is not contained in our paints. Further to this we reject preservation with BIT/silver, like utilized in eco-paints, as we don't want to use nanosilver. Our preservation with MIT/BIT has a very low allergenic potential, which is regularly confirmed by MCS-customers.

Ready for 5G
As we keep on developing our paints, they now have an almost linear shielding attenuation for a very large frequency range. This frequency range has already been including both 5G frequency spectrums for quite some time: FR1 (600 MHz - 6 GHz) and FR2 (24 GHz - 40 GHz).

Safety up to 40 GHz
We have a professional EMC-laboratory according to various standards up to 40 GHz on site, which is operated by long-time experienced staff. You,ll receive independent measuring curves and reports from 40/600 MHz - 40 GHz with all our shielding products.

Customer Reviews

Shileding Paint
Reviewed by stephen kearney from lancashire

This paint does exactly what it says on the tin - stops EMF in its tracks. Excellent coverage (even better than the quoted coverage)

February 2009