Interactive website for venting solutions

  • 04-Mar-2013 09:21 EST
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Created in response to requests from automotive engineers and customer feedback, W. L. Gore & Associates’ automotive venting team offers a new website that provides easy access to product information and performance data. With enhanced navigation and search features, the new www.gore.com/auto site enables engineers to evaluate different venting options and assess Gore’s options for solving automotive challenges. Two interactive 3-D vehicles enable the site visitor to quickly access specific information about venting solutions for common environmental challenges encountered by components in gasoline, hybrid, and electric vehicles. These include harsh road and under-the-hood contaminants, pressure differentials, water and moisture vapor ingress, and extreme temperature differentials. The website’s vehicle cutaways demonstrate where Gore Automotive Vents provide solutions to protect a wide range of automotive components such as [pictured] (A) wiper motor, (B) electronic pump motor, and (C) starter motor in the diagram.

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