Great news! nanoEMI’s patent on composites for EMI shielding was granted and published! We are proud to share that we have successfully obtained a patent in the European for our groundbreaking composite material designed for EMI shielding, providing advanced protection against electromagnetic radiation.
NanoEMI scientists have taken the next step in graphene-based technologies. We are proud to announce that our Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding Composites patent number: EP 3703479 was officially granted and published on November 30, 2022. Our patent marks an important milestone in the company’s history for innovation and improvement over traditional EMI shielding solutions.
European electromagnetic radiation patent - Composite material for shielding
Graphene, a one-atom-thick layer of carbon, is known for its exceptional electrical conductivity, making it an ideal material for EMI shielding. Thanks to the proprietary and patented nanoEMI technology, we have created a composite that is able to effectively protect against unwanted electromagnetic emissions.
This new patent will allow nanoEMI to expand its product portfolio and further strengthen its position in the graphene technology industry. The company’s goal is to provide customers with cutting-edge solutions that are highly innovative, reliable, efficient and environmentally friendly. The granted patent for EMI shielding composites is a testimony to the hard work and commitment of our scientists to date.
The nanoEMI team is excited to be granted and published this patent, and the success so far motivates us to push the boundaries of graphene technology further. With our talented scientists, state-of-the-art facilities and strong commitment to quality, we are confident that we will continue to make a positive impact in the world of EMI shielding and beyond.
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NanoEmi European patent for EMI shielding composites
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