Wire Mesh Tape

Wire Mesh Tape

  • EMI cable shielding
  • EMI shielding mesh
  • EMI shielding cable tube


  • EMI shielding wire mesh tape, also called wire mesh sleeve, is made in the form of a flexible flat tape by knitting metal wires.
  • It mainly wraps electric wire outside in a spiral shape to shield the noise generated from electric wires.
  • It can be used for magnetic field shielding depending on the metal wire material.


  • Excellent corrosion resistance and flexibility, and excellent electromagnetic shielding effect.
  • Double or triple weaving is possible depending on the shielding rate requirement.
  • Metal wire material can be selected according to the frequency band and shielding rate.
  • Weaving method by inserting wire directly into the knitting machine is also possible.


Shielding rate by wire material

Wire Material H-Field 100 KHz E-Field 10 MHz P-Field 1 GHz
BeCu > 110 dB > 110 dB < 110 dB
Monel 60 dB > 115 dB 95 dB
TCS 80 dB 125 dB 100 dB
Aluminum 38 dB 100 dB 80 dB
Silver Monel 60 dB 75 dB 70 dB

Material selection

Wire Adhesive Tape (optional)
Material Diameter (mm)
Stainless Steel #304 Soft 0.08, 0.11 T222: Conductive mesh double sided adhesive tape
T3617: Non-conductive non-woven double sided adhesive tape
※ The width and attachment position of adhesive tape can be selected.
Sn Plated Cu 0.12
TCS 0.12
Monel #400 0.12
BeCu #C17200 0.12

Shielding Effectiveness

* Test Method: ASTM D 4935
* Sample: Sn Plated Cu (Tested with wire double-ply sheet)


One or several strands of electric wire are wrapped in a spiral shape by overlapping in half to organize the wires or to shield electromagnetic noise.
It is also possible to weave wire mesh tape by putting electric wires directly into the center of mesh tape in the knitting machine.

  • EMI shielding wire mesh
  • EMI cable tube
  • EMI wire mesh sleeve

Product Support

Product Number

Number Code Example
(1) Product Code M (Metal Wire Mesh)
(2) Serial Number 230
(3) Shapes T: Tape type
(4) Wire layers 1: Single layer, 2: Double layers, 3: Triple layers


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