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CETCI to Employ EMI Coatings to Reduce Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Interference

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) will professionally coat the interior of all non-metallic system enclosures with a protective electromagnetic interference (EMI) coating for all their gas detection monitors and selective YES branded air quality instruments. This coating is designed to reduce or eliminate potential EMI and radio frequency interference (RFI).

For more than five years, CETCI has tested the EMI coating on the YESAIR. With good results, CETCI has decided to coat all their non-metallic enclosure products with the EMI coating. EMI / RFI shielding provides a high-level of protection without affecting the appearance or operation of the enclosure. With the amount of electronic equipment being used nowadays, millions of waves and signals float through the air. Therefore, it’s important to protect the product from incorrect frequencies from interfering with the device.

Applications, such as ambulance stations, may benefit the most from this as they have large transceivers and compressor / refrigeration rooms that use high voltage equipment.

Benefits to having a non-metallic enclosures includes reduced shipping cost due to the lighter weight of the product, easier installation due to being able to take apart the cover and base, reduced cost to produce a product resulting in savings passed onto the customers, and easier handling due to size and weight. With the many benefits of using non-metallic enclosures, CETCI feels that they are providing more value and a better product to their end users.

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