Solid Protection. Optimized Devices.

As a leader in the design and supply of game-changing technology, we understand where and when disruptive electromagnetic interference occurs and the damage it can do to your sensitive devices. Our engineers have taken on the challenge of creating state of the art shielding products that will keep your devices cool, shielded and optimized for maximum working performance.

Engineered for Performance.

Our engineers create products to meet and surpass the needs of a diverse range of applications and industries and major companies worldwide rely on us to continue delivering impressive breakthrough shielding technologies.


Some of our latest include:


- The correct positioning of microwave absorbers as a reliable solution to meet required EM emission and RF interference requirements


- A thermoelectric module (TEM) that accommodates a laser diode at an impressive stable operating temperature of 25+/-0.5 degree Celsius


- Power Cycling (PC) TEM technology for absorbing mechanical stresses in molecular diagnostic equipment at more than 600,000 temperature cycles


Laird’s engineers continue to pursue innovative developments to keep your devices protected and to build a world where technology is constantly moving forward and transforming our way of life. Read more about our material discoveries and capabilities here.


Stop interference at its core with high-quality shielding

Featured Product: The new Tunnel Series TEA

Standard cooling capacity range for medical equipment typically peaks at 39 watts, compromising reliability and efficiency during critical times. Our new Tunnel Series exceeds 100 watts, supporting a much wider range of cooling applications. Available in standard and custom configurations, the boosted TEA’s also offer a compact form factor that fits inside any analytical and medical instrumentation with tight space constraints.

How Microwave Absorber Placement Reduces EMI

Combating electromagnetic interference is a challenge we consistently research and help customers solve. Find out how the placement of microwave absorbers can meet design requirements for today’s thinner, smaller, cramped-for-space mobile devices and other densely configured systems.