Conductive thermoplastics

  • 02-Sep-2008 11:05 EDT
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Parker Hannifin has developed the Chomerics Premier line of injection-molded thermoplastic solutions for the automotive industry. Chomerics Premier conductive thermoplastic has an engineered filler system for improved electromagnetic interface (EMI) shielding and can reduce part manufacture complexity. Benefits include cost savings for conductive plastic antenna mounts, engine control modules, and various enclosures for infotainment, navigation, braking, and cruise control systems. Electronic Thermoplastic Solutions (ETS) combine the benefits of plastic parts with secondary EMI coatings, gaskets, and hardware to provide an assembly for integration into an automotive electronic module. EMI shielding gaskets may be applied by overmolding onto a substrate, form-in-place application, or be manually assembled.

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