With the FCC’s Cumulative Leakage Index (CLI) standard practice, maximizing cable shielding effectiveness has never been more critical. That’s why Alco offers the ShieldZip™ line of cable Shielding products, available in a wide range of designs and configurations to meet practically any cable shielding need. Combining the effectiveness of a knitted wire mesh, the protection of a durable vinyl jacket and a heavy duty brass zipper, ShieldZip™ is a convenient and inexpensive way to solve your cable shielding needs.
:: ShieldZip™ Cable Shielding

:: Transitions Accessories
    :: Y Spliters
    :: Reducers
    :: Termination Kits
    :: Split Couplers
    :: Bulkheads or Split
        Bulkheads

    :: Shielded Knock-out
        Covers & Couplers

 

 



Shielded Knock-Out Covers

Knock-Out covers are gaskets designed to provide continuous EMI/RFI shielding integrity   preventing leakage from existing openings. Covers can be used to permit or prevent access at existing openings. Knock-Out Covers are manufactured from cad plated 1010 steel, SnCuFe seamless compressed wire mesh gasket and come with pre-installed bolt assembly. Shielded Knock-Out Covers are available in standard sizes or custom fabricated to your configuration.

Material Specifications:
• SAE 1010 Steel
• Sn/Cu/Fe per ASTM-B-520 .0045 wire diameter

                        Shielded Knock-Out Covers
attenuation characteristic for shielded conduit (E Field Only)       Various profiles available

 

Shielded Couplers

Shielded Couplers are gaskets designed to provide continuous EMI/RFI shielding integrity of rigid metallic conduit by preventing leakage at the threaded joints, seams or where they connect with the conduit.   Couplers are fabricated from tin plated SAE 1010 steel and Sn/Cu/Fe seamless compressed wire mesh.

Shielded Couplers are supplied in standard sizes or custom configurations.

Material Specifications:
• SAE 1010 Steel
• Sn/Cu/Fe   per ASTM-B-520   .0045 wire diameter
• Tin Plate ASTM-B-545 Class C


                             Alco-Knit Shielding Effectiveness