Electromagnetic shielding (EMC) and radio frequency

All the EMC shielding components for your electronic projects

Each of our product families can be customised on request to fit in with your electronic project.

Conductive joints | On-board shielding | SMD inserts | Spring contacts | Transparent shielding film | EMC and RF absorbers

Spring-ground contacts (CMS)

Spring-ground contacts are used for connections in electronic assemblies (antenna, earth connection, assembly).

Their spring behaviour guarantees excellent resistance to vibration, even after tens of thousands of cycles.

EMC shielding seals

Several conductive gasket technologies exist for EMC shielding and sealing. Each has its advantages and disadvantages.

Contact us to help you choose the right type of gasket for your project.

EMC shielding on card

EMC shielding covers are used to isolate sensitive components on electronic boards.

They can be soldered directly, or mounted using a belt or shielding clips.

Shaping by cutting and folding allows great design flexibility (openings, multi-cavities) at controlled costs.


SMD inserts are used for electronic assembly and PCB complexing.

They can be deposited automatically (SMD) by gripping the kapton cover. These inserts are then soldered onto the board (push variants are available).

In addition to standard references, all dimensions and materials can be customised on request.

RF and EMC shielding glass

EMC and RF glass is conductive to provide a seal against RF and EM waves.

These panes can be moulded with a conductive mesh inside. Or a conductive film (Cu Mesh or ITO) can be laminated to the surface.

The overlay can be made of glass, polycarbonate or other materials. The level of shielding and transparency can be varied (depending on the mesh size of the conductive film or the ITO load).

Absorbent foams and ferrites (RF and EMC)

RF and EM waves are absorbed by materials such as foam or ferrites. These RF and EM absorbers dissipate the waves by the Joule effect.

They avoid all reflection and interference phenomena on metal surfaces.

Each absorber is specific to the frequency to be absorbed and the level of absorption expected.

We can help you choose and shape these absorbers.