Advantages of Pan-type Shielding vs. Wood Core Panels

Sensitive and accurate measurements are often affected by RF noise (EMI) due to the increase of environmental electromagnetic pollution. Because of this, locations such as communication and data centers, calibration and EMC test facilities, and Antenna Test Ranges for Telecom and Military systems all require electromagnetic shielding.

When faced with the purchase of a new EMC chamber, there are many aspects to consider. One question should be: what type of construction method should I use? A solution to this question is that two main styles of panels are used for shielded-room construction: pan-type panels and wood core panels. Pan-type panels are constructed from a single sheet of folded metal; wood core panels are multiple materials laminated together. Either style can meet the specified compliance tests; however, pan-type panels provide several distinct advantages over the laminated type.

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