3 L shielding paint EMF Indoor

Product.Nr.: 100040-int-P-3

EUR 117,00
incl. 19 % VAT

  • excl. shipping costs
  • Sofort versandfähig, ausreichende Stückzahl Sofort versandfähig, ausreichende Stückzahl
  • delivery time 2-4 Tage
  • weight 1,1 kg

product description

High and low frequency shielding paint for indoor use, one bag for 3 L paint (EUR 39.00 / L).
Important: our products do not contain graphene oxide (GO), which is a hazardous substance.

  •     Shielding paint powder corresponding to 3 litres
  •     for 12-15 m² (with one coat)
  •     HF/NF/5G/DECT/GSM/WLAN Shielding
  •     up to max. 65 dB shielding effectiveness at 40 GHz depending on layer thickness and frequency
  •     NEW without graphene technology
  •     with carbon fibres
  •     Metal-free and permanently corrosion-resistant
  •     based on acrylic/pure acrylate
  •     contains no chemical solvents
  •     without preservatives
  •     100% permeable to the natural Schumann resonances
  •     fast drying
  •     low emission/odourless
  •     breathable

With the new PLV+ ink series, a graphene-free shielding paint was developed.

Thanks to the carbon fibres that replaced graphene, the particularly high conductivity required for the dissipation of low-frequency fields could be retained.

Highly effective shielding paint against electrosmog, such as radiation from mobile phones, mobile internet, 5G, WLAN, DECT, GSM, LTE, etc.
With earthing, the electric fields of low-frequency household current (alternating current) can be almost completely shielded or even deflected.

Apart from providing very high shielding, it is largely frost-resistant in powder form and can be stored for several years without losing its properties.
Another advantage is the short drying time, which makes it possible to apply the second coat without having to wait for hours.
After drying, it leaves no marks when touched.

The short drying time makes it particularly time-saving and after a few hours (through-drying) it can be easily painted over with most commercially available wall paints.

It is an easy-to-use, high-yield paint. It is simply mixed for 10 minutes with 2.75/3.0 litres of water per bag using a stirrer and a drill (cordless screwdriver) according to the instructions. The yield of the shielding paint on smooth, primed substrates is 5.0m² per litre (for a painted coat).

With a layer thickness of approx. 100g/m² and a yield of 7-8 m² / litre, the shielding is as follows:
One-layer 36 dB | Two-layer 58 dB | Three-layer 65 dB

With a layer thickness of approx. 150g/m² and a coverage of 5m² / litre, the shielding is as follows:
One-layer 49 dB | Two-layer 65 dB

We recommend to always protect with at least two coats.

The shielding effectiveness has been measured by independent expert opinion.

All shielding effectiveness values given apply to frequencies from 500 MHz to 40 GHz and are confirmed in a report by Professor Pauli of the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich.

Shielding effectiveness in dB 1 layer with
Dry weight
100 g/m²
2 layers with
Dry weight
208 g/m²
3 layers with
Dry weight
316 g/m²
C-Netz, TETRA, 450 MHz 22 dB 29 dB 35 dB
D-Netz,GSM900, 900 MHz 21 dB 28 dB 34 dB
1 GHz 21 dB 28 dB 34 dB
E-Netz, GSM1800, 1800 MHz 20 dB 27 dB 33 dB
Blue-Tooth, WLAN 2400 MHz 20 dB 27 dB 33 dB
5G (Sub 6 GHz-Band) 3,4 - 3,8 GHz 22 dB 30 dB 36 dB
WLAN neue Generation 5,8 GHz 20 dB 27 dB 34 dB
7,5 GHz 20 dB 28 dB 36 dB
10,0 GHz 20 dB 27 dB 34 dB
12,5 GHz 21 dB 29 dB 34 dB
15,0 GHz 24 dB 30 dB 36 dB
17,5 GHz 28 dB 32 dB 38 dB
20,0 GHz 30 dB 36 dB 43 dB
22,5 GHz 28 dB 38 dB 45 dB
25 GHz 29 dB 41 dB 48 dB
27,5 GHz 34 dB 47 dB 54 dB
30,0 GHz 35 dB 50 dB 58 dB
32,5 GHz 37 dB 50 dB 55dB
35,0 GHz 38 dB 54 dB 62 dB
37,5 GHz 38 dB 54 dB 62 dB
40,0 GHz 36 dB 58 dB 65 dB

Strong shielding performance for 5G - shielding performance up to 40 GHz

The strength of our shielding graphite paint lies primarily in the shielding of the very high frequencies often used in the future, such as with 5G. Since the product launch in 2019, this includes the two 5G frequency spectra FR1 (600 MHz to 6 GHz) and FR2 (24GHz to 40 GHz).

Technical data:

This product is flame retardant.
Application: Ceiling, interior walls
Colour: anthracite-black
Field type: NF (extremely low frequency alternating electric fields), HF (high frequency electromagnetic fields)
Ingredients: pure acrylic binder, carbon fibre, graphite
VOC content: 0.2 g/l (the EU limit for category A/a has been 30 g/l since 2010).
Tensile bond strength: 12.2 N/mm² when 2 litres of water are added per bag.
After mixing the powder with water, we recommend to use the paint within approx. 1 week.
Shelf life: in powder form, several years
This powder is frost-resistant for transporting parcels in winter.

Scope of delivery: one powder pack, yielding 3 litres of shielding paint.
Dimensions per stand-up pouch: 34.0 cm (height) x 25.0 cm (width) x 10.0 cm (thickness).
Weight of one bag: 1.200 g


The shielding paint adheres very well to almost all substrates such as plasterboard, wallpaper, old paint, plaster, unpainted wood, concrete, polystyrene, etc.

It should preferably be painted over with dispersion paint for interiors.

Clay-based paints should be avoided at all costs.
Natural or organic paints based on silicate emulsion, lime and casein paints should always be tested before application, as not all paints adhere equally well to graphite!
Pure mineral paints (clay, pure silicate) are not recommended.

Wallpaper should never be used over graphite paint, as the paste could dilute the paint and reduce its protection.

Connection: Must be earthed! We recommend the use of an earthing kit and an earthing plug for indoor use.
Important notes: The electrical installation (fuse boxes) must consist of at least two earth leakage safety switches (often general 300 mA and one for the bathroom 30 mA). To absorb extremely low frequency electric fields, the earth resistance should ideally be less than 10 ohms. Ask for more information from a qualified electrician. Please note that the earth has no effect on the elimination of high frequencies, only on safety and extremely low frequency electric fields.
The strength of our shielding paint lies primarily in the shielding of the very high frequencies often used in the future, such as with 5G. This includes both 5G frequency spectra FR1 (600 MHz to 6 GHz) and FR2 (24GHz to 40 GHz) since product launch in 2019.


We attach great importance to the quality of the products we offer.

This is why we have opted for powder coating.
In addition to the advantages it offers, it differs from liquid shielding paints in that it does not contain any hazardous substances.

Beware of biocides/fungicides!

It is important to know that, unlike powder paints, it is not possible to dispense with preservatives in the manufacture of ready-to-use liquid paints, because without preservatives, about one third of liquid paints would deteriorate rapidly before they reach the consumer.
For most water-based paints, therefore, preservation is the only possible way to protect them from microbial attack.

A preservative such as the biocide isothiazolinone is therefore present in dispersion paints to protect them.

Nevertheless, the biocide isothiazolinone in dispersion paints is a cause for concern.

This is stated on the homepage of the Verband der deutschen Lack- und Druckfarbenindustrie e.V. (VdL):
Isothiazolinones do not only have the desired effect of killing or controlling the growth of micro-organisms, but also undesirable effects. They therefore have a high aquatic toxicity.
The most commonly used isothiazolinones are :

  •     Benzisothiazolinone (BIT), classified as a hazardous substance, belongs to the isothiazolinone class of compounds and is a widely used biocide.
  •     Enilconazole (INN), classified as a hazardous substance, is a systemic fungicide belonging to the imidazole group.
  •     Methylisothiazolinone (MIT), classified as a hazardous substance, is a member of the isothiazolinone class and is a widely used biocide.

It is therefore absolutely advisable to carefully consult the manufacturer's data sheet before purchasing a shielding paint.

The powder paint we offer does not contain any preservatives.

Another very important aspect is of course the shielding performance!

This is achieved by reflecting and attenuating high frequency (HF) emissions/radiation.
Low-frequency (LF) fields from the home network are deflected by the grounding, the conductive property of the shielding paint being used for this purpose.
Both attenuation and shielding are expressed in decibels (dB).

Beware of the figures given!

Some manufacturers advertise 90 dB or 100 dB for shielding paints, however, without indicating the actual thickness of the layer.
The indication of the layer thickness should be given in g/m2 - i.e. in grams per square metre per layer.
This value tells the customer how much dry paint is needed on a square metre - to actually achieve the stated shielding value.

This is what is actually achieved with Turtal powder coating, where an even coat with an acrylic roller results in a thickness of approximately 100-150 g/m²:

For a yield of 5 m² / litre / layer thickness approx. 150g/m
Up to : One coat 49 dB | Two coats 65 dB

With a yield of approx. 7 m² / litre / layer thickness approx. 100g/m².
Up to : One coat 36 dB | Two coats 58 dB | Three coats 65 dB

Easy to paint!

Another important aspect is the adhesive strength of the shielding paint. Make sure that the protective paint has an adhesive strength of at least 10 N/mm².

If you have painted your wall and when you run your hand over the dry wall, graphite dust remains on your hand, the adhesion is very poor.
This will cause various problems. The wall surface with graphite dust on it can only be painted over with great difficulty in white or pastel colours. On the other hand, the material that is supposed to be a screen is removed again.

So if the shielding paint used does not adhere well or is even floury, it is almost impossible to repaint it in white or, if so, this is at the expense of the shielding performance.

Turtal powder coating has an adhesion strength of 12 N/mm².