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Webinar: Electrically Conductive Elastomer Gasket Design

This webinar is designed to help break down the design challenges with using electrically conductive elastomer gaskets.

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Hosted by Sierra Eiden, aerospace & defense market specialist, and Ben Nudelman, market sales engineer, both of Parker Chomerics, this webinar will focus on:

  • Conductive elastomer fillers and binders
  • What you should know about housing design
  • Groove design basics
  • Factors of corrosion and how to mitigate them
  • Overmolded/vulcanized covers
Q&A at the end – over 40 audience questions answered!

What You Should Know About Electrically Conductive Elastomers

Electrically conductive elastomers are elastomeric polymers filled with metal particles. They can be grouped by filler type and elastomer type. Then within each of these classes, there are standard materials and specialty materials.

Parker Chomerics manufactures electrically conductive elastomer gaskets, also known as EMI elastomer gaskets, under the CHO-SEAL brand. We won't get so much into gasket configurations and dimensions here, we'll just stick to classes of materials. So what is available? Let’s find out.

Conductive elastomers are metallic particle-filled elastomeric polymers, the particles giving the shielding performance and the polymer making them “rubber."
Electrically Conductive Elastomer Filler Types

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