The SHEERGARD® family of microwave transmissive PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) Teflon™ composites combines PTFE with specially woven structural fabrics that utilize fiberglass, aramid (Kevlar®) and similar high strength, high temperature resistant yarns. Our composite fabrics are supplied as precut pieces sized to the customer’s needs. These materials can also be supplied with any required mounting holes.
Complete Vertical Integration
SHEERGARD incorporates vertical integration of all elements in the composite manufacturing process including yarn twisting
and weaving, polymer coating, casting and lamination.
Unsurpassed RF Performance
The primary function of a radome is to protect the enclosed antenna system while having minimal effect on the transmission of the electromagnetic signal.
Extreme Environmental Protection
SHEERGARD PTFE coated fabrics have been analyzed and tested for structural application to all environmental conditions.
The materials used for radome fabrication are composites consisting of a woven substrate fabric protected with applied coatings, providing tensile strength and tear resistance.