With the wide penetration of electronic devices on the market over the past years the issue of the harmful emissions from such devices is becoming more and more crucial and has to be battled. On the other hand such technologies are used to protect from external access to these devices.The R&D results address the issues related to security of information and full operability in terms of communication, areas of application of computers, devices for special purposes used in intelligence and security services, electronic tools and devices used in the army, special services, state administration etc.
The amorphous alloy that is result of the present R&D is filmed on the target surface through electrolysis of a special electrolyte in a chemical reactor under specific conditions (composition of the electrolyte, temperature, density, etc.) – this allows for easy control of the process and the electrochemical reactor is a much simpler equipment compared to the equipment needed for the above mentioned methods.
The product and the technology for filming it on the target surface is cheaper than many of its analogues due to the combination of inexpensive raw materials, inexpensive equipment and relatively cheaper labour costs. The consumption of electrical energy for the electrolysis is likewise much lower than that needed for melting a metal for instance, or the energy needed for the operation of the vacuum systems. The energy consumption in the latter case is much higher than that for applying the technology through melting the metals.