This EMF shielding paint is a 1-part, water-based conductive coating, pigmented with highly conductive nickel flake. Unlike diamagnetic conductive fillers like carbon, copper, or silver that only shield the electric component of electromagnetic waves, nickel is ferromagnetic and blocks the magnetic component as well. It is easy to use, with no let-down and no heat cure necessary. It can be applied by spray, brush, or roller. It is excellent for use on wood and drywall and bonds well to many plastics. It can be painted over with common architectural paints.
841WB conductive paint is excellent on musical instruments and in architectural applications. It is our best electric guitar shielding paint. It is also excellent for EMF shielding a house or bedroom, blocking harmful electromagnetic radiation such as WiFi signals, cell phone signals, and other interference originating from routers, radio transmitters, cell phone towers, or powerlines. EMF Shielding Paint may also be referred to as wall shield paint, anti-WiFi paint, WiFi signal blocking paint, EMF blocking paint, EMF shielding paint, EMF protection paint, or simply EMF paint.
Features and Benefits
- Provides effective EMF shielding
- Ideal for wood and drywall
- Ideal for shielding electric guitar cavities
- Non-flammable and no noxious odors
- Low VOC content
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Applying 2 coats with a brush yields even appearing coverage and I get well under 1.0 ohms between any 2 points. It smells kind of weird when you apply but it I guess that's why they have all those safety warnings. It dries grey unlike the normal carbon coatings. I can't say if it works any better than carbon coatings since I only bought this kind but it certainly does what I expected it to!