EeonTex(TM) Conductive Textiles / APPLICATIONS
EMI / RFI, Electro Magnegtic Compatibility / EMC
ESD Control
Microwave Absorption
Radar Absorption

EeonTex(TM) conductive textiles are unique materials made using proprietary conductive coating technologies. The present EeonTex product line consists of conductive textiles and items made of conductive fabric, such as ESD garments, gloves, wipes, and hook & loop. Fibers and yarns can be treated on a limited basis as well. Individual filaments within a fabric or yarn are completely and uniformly coated with conductive formulations. Almost all fabrics of any composition and construction can be coated using the unique aqueous processes. Typical substrates include wovens, nonwovens, felts and knits of polyester, nylon, glass, quartz, spandex, polyolefins, and aramids

While imparting electrical conductivity and some color to the substrates, the intensity of which depends on the degree of conductivity, the coating and process barely affect the strength, drape, flexibility, and porosity of the starting substrates. New coating formulations allow for lighter colors and more stable products. EeonTex fabrics are custom-made for desired electrical resistance, thickness, porosity, strength, stretchability, etc. Depending on the particular base fabric, EeonTex fabrics can possess surface resisitvities between 10 ohm/sq and 10 billion ohm/sq.
EeonTex conductive fabrics are used in a large variety of applications related mostly to microwave and radar absorption, sensors, resistive heating, static dissipation, EMI suppression, and medical electrodes. Specific examples are illustrated below.

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Examples of 10 GHz Salisbury screens made using EeonTex fabrics. The
position and depth of the loss peak will vary slightly depending on the surface resistivity and thickness of the fabric. EeonTex conductive fabric is used in Salisbury screen configurations in ground penetrating radars
Multiple layers of EeonTex fabrics are used to make a highly effective
broadband Jaumann absorber.
 
The transmission/insertion loss of EeonTex fabrics is readily controlled by
their surface resistivities. Depending on the fabric construction, the electrical properties can have a strong or negligible orientation effect.
EeonTex fabrics, especially the glass and quartz versions, are often used
in composites. The conductive coating does not adversely affect the mechanicals of composites compared to those of untreated glass fabrics.
EeonTex fabrics have very good environmental stability, especially
when coated.
New formulations of EeonTex static dissipative coatings are lightly colored
and hold up well to heat and outdoor weathering

Electrically Conductive Textiles - Conductive Fabrics - Conductive Foams - EMI / RFI / EMC / ESD Conductive Textiles