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DIY Multishield® Faraday Bundle


Build your very own Faraday Cage using the same signal-blocking Faraday material found in SLNT® products. The Multishield® Faraday Material and Tape are now available for your DIY Faraday cage projects. These materials guarantee exceptional RF signal blocking performance, whether you're constructing a secure box to safeguard a generator from an EMP, fortifying a room, or protecting your emergency radios.

The Multishield® Faraday Material exceeds MIL‐STD‐188‐125‐2 compliance for High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse Protection Testing and exceeds IEEE 299-2006 (1 - 40GHz) standards at 100dB for 100,000:1 reduction. See testing page here.

Instantly Block: Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, RFID, NFC, Satellite, Navigation, EMP, Solar Flare, Key Fob and EMF Radiation

What’s Included: 1 Meter Multishield® Faraday Material and Multishield® Faraday Tape

  • Corrosion resistant
  • Same material used in all SLNT® and patented Silent Pocket® Faraday Cages
  • Easy to cut, tape and sewn
  • Lightweight and durable

Great for: Rooms or walls, Faraday boxes, custom coverings


Materials & Trims 

Material: Multishield® Faraday Shielding Material



1 sq meter, 10.8 sq ft (39 x 39in)
Weight: .13lbs (.06kg)


1 inch x 10 Feet Long
Weight: .09 lbs (.08kg)


The Multishield® Faraday Shielding Material and Tape are rated to the following specifications:

Silent Pocket® Faraday Technology Instantly Blocks: 

  • Silent Pocket® with Multishield® (Faraday Shielding Material) is MIL‐STD‐188‐125‐2 compliant, and exceeds IEEE 299-2006 (1 - 40GHz) standards. (100,000:1 reduction, see testing page here)
  • Blocks 100 dB+ Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, RFID, NFC, EMP, and EMF Radiation
  • Blocks CDMA, GSM, DCS, PHS, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE
  • Blocks WiFi (2.4 - 5 GHz), Bluetooth (2.4 GHz), and GPS (1-2 GHz)
  • Blocks RFID and NFC @ 13.56 MHz
  • Shields against EMP, HEMP, CME, Solar Flare, and static shock
  • Blocks Carrier, hardware, and OS agnostics