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          Colorant Chromatics? LND Coatings for PTFE/FEP

          LND Coatings for PTFE/FEP

          Reducing radiation and noise interference

          Low Noise Dispersion (LND) coatings effectively act as shielding to reduce the influence of outside radiation and reducing the radio frequency noise. Colorant Chromatics? LND coatings are?commonly used for low noise coaxial cables with a dielectric core of PTFE. These highly specialized?solutions add application flexibility as they can also be used as?an?antistatic coating?on PTFE impregnated glass cloth, or as a resistance carrier for heating bands.??

          Low noise coaxial cables (e.g. RG-404/U) are defined in US military specification MIL-C-17E and other PTFE coaxial cores could also be treated with low noise dispersions.?