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Problems with the faraday cage


We are a company in the office furniture busisnes and we have had some troubles with some parts that have dificult shapes. We are using 4 automatic corona (negative ) guns and 2 manual corona (also negative) guns. We want to know if we can improve our coating by adding one or two manual tribo guns to our system. can they be combine or we need to make some changes to our system. If this is not the solution to our problem ø How can we improve it ? How can we avoid the faraday cage ? or minimize this problems ? Thanks in advance for your cooperation

Mauricio Pilonieta E.
- Colombia, South America


I guess you have to be in the cage to avoid the effect.

Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania 


Quero uma pesquisa sobre Gaiola de Faraday

Rodrigo Santos Azevedo
- Belo Horizonte,MG,Brasil


I want to know the procedure to make a good faraday cage, so it can provide a good room to measure microelectric. The procedure maybe base on any standart like IEEE.

Thank you very much.

Andreas Purnadi
- Bandung, Indonesia

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