Co-extruded conductive elastomer is a new type composite material, which is Co-Extruded by using special die, combining conductive and non-conductive silicone elastomers. Products demonstrate good electrical conductivity and shielding ability. Also, with appropriate groove size, product can achieve excellent waterproof and dust-proof effect; its highest water protection level can be up to IP68. Several models are oil resistant and can withstand high temperature. According to different conductive particles, products could be categorized into Ag/Al + silicone elastomer co-extrusion (NYS-SEALORTM
COE601), Ni/C + silicone elastomer co-extrusion (NYS-SEALORTM
COE603), Ag/Glass + silicone elastomer co-extrusion (NYS-SEALORTM
COE605), and Ag/Al fluorosilicone + silicone elastomer co-extrusion (NYS-SEALORTM
Features and Benefits
The conductive and non-tightly bonded to each other to realize both electrically conductive portions are conducting and environmental sealing
Lower cost compare to ECE
Wide temperature range for operation even at extreme temperatures - typically -55°C to + 160°C and also for Extreme temperature applications
Excellent mechanical properties, flexibility and long-term durability
1) Co-extruded strip products have PSA options. Due to the different processes of adhesive and the existence of release liner, compared with non-adhesive products, the length tolerance would be enlarged. When the product is peeled off the release liner and installed, the dimensional tolerances can be restored to the original state.
2) Co-extruded strips are directional when installed in the groove. The non-conductive part can be in contact with water and should be toward the outside to complete environmental sealing, while the conductive part is installed facing inside and is in contact with upper & lower metal covers to form a continuous electric path.