Aerco supplies a comprehensive range of honeycomb EMI/RFI vents from P & P Technology. These top quality vents are ideal for commercial enclosures, screened rooms, military applications and shelters where high attenuation is required across a wide frequency range. Versions are available for TEMPEST and EMP applications. High precision custom-built CNC drilling machines are used to manufacture P & P honeycomb attenuation vents to ensure best possible quality and accuracy.
The range includes versions from steel, brass or stainless steel in rectangular and circular styles as well as aluminium vents that combine the benefits of an attenuation vent panel with a dust filter in a single frame. Versions combining honeycomb vents and demountable dust filter panels containing a de-membraned polyurethane filter media are also available.
P & P vents are produced to customer specifications and various plating and gasket options are offered. This flexibility means that designers can choose the correct vent for the application in hand whether it is in racks and other forms of commercial enclosures or industrial and military environments where heavy-duty attenuating dust filters are required.
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