Woven stainless steel, light micrograph

Woven stainless steel, light micrograph

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Caption: Polarised light micrograph of woven stainless steel. This material is used in petroleum processing, aerospace applications and RFID protected wallets. The material doesn't stretch, rip or stain which means that it is virtually indestructible. When used in a wallet, the steel creates a Faraday cage, a shield that blocks out external electrical fields, which means no access for anyone trying to steal personal data. Magnification: x200.

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Keywords: aerospace, applications, electrical fields, fabrik, faraday cage, light micrograph, material, mesh, personal data, petroleum processing, polarised, rfid, shield, stainless, stainless steel, steel, wallets, woven

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