As a world leader in the development and manufacturing of microwave absorbing materials, Emerson and Cuming provide a range of leading-edge materials and engineered solutions – resulting in the design and manufacturing of custom absorbers.
Castle Microwave is proud to offer a variety of Emerson and Cuming microwave products. Designed for absorbing and shielding materials, the company has produced innovative materials for EMC applications for over 60 years – engineering solutions for the wireless and satellite communications, automotive, aerospace, military and medical markets. Broadband absorber materials are available up from the low MHz to 100 GHz, with custom configurations available for specific applications.
Absorber types available include:
- WAVASORB® VHP - Pyramidal Absorber
- WAVASORB® VHY - EMC Hybrid Absorber
- WAVASORB® FS - Flat Absorber
- WAVASORB® VHP FL - Walkable Absorber
- WAVASORB® WG - Wedge Absorber
- WAVASORB® VX - Truncated Pyramidal Absorber
- WAVASORB® AN - Laminated Flexible Flat Foam Absorber
- WAVASORB® CV - Convoluted Broadband Foam Absorber
- WAVASORB® HFX/HFS - High and Medium Power Absorber
- WAVASORB® HHP-60 - Hollow Pyramidal Absorbers
Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products stands out as the only ISO9001 certified manufacturer of absorbing, shielding and specialty dielectric materials which are also REACH and RoHS compliant.
Full scale R&D laboratories at all of our facilities are equipped to measure both electromagnetic, mechanical, and chemical properties in accordance with ASTM standards. Our expert teams here at Castle Microwave have broad knowledge of materials science, chemistry, microwave theory and measurement techniques - ready to help solve your specific electromagnetic materials problems.
Our expertise and reputation for customer responsiveness continue to set Emerson & Cuming Microwave Products apart as "the recognized global leader in microwave absorbing materials".
For more information on our Emerson & Cuming microwave products, get in touch with a member of our expert team now.