Stat-Tech™ Static Dissipative & Electrically Conductive Formulations
Stat-Tech™ is an electrically conductive formulation engineered to protect critical electronics from electrostatic discharge (ESD) and electromagnetic and radio frequency interference (EMI/RFI). These short fiber formulations combine select engineering resins with reinforcing additives such as carbon powder, carbon fiber, nickel-coated carbon fiber and stainless steel fiber, to provide the precise level of electrical conductivity required for your application.
Injection moldable Stat-Tech material can replace aluminum, or the costly processes associated with conductive painting or vacuum metallization, while achieving comparable performance. Depending on your application’s performance needs, we can develop a custom Stat-Tech formulation to provide anti-static properties, dissipation, conduction and EMI/RFI shielding. Stat-Tech is well-positioned to perform in automotive Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) housing applications.
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|Stat-Tech for ADAS Sensors and ECUs - Application Bulletin||Application Bulletin||Learn how Stat-Tech material makes the difference in automotive ADAS sensors, cameras and ECU housings||View|
|Stat-Tech™ Fire Alarm||Application Snapshot||Stat-Tech™ ST7400-8010 ESD Formulations improved electrical conductivity for fire alarm||View|
|Stat-Tech™ Static Dissipative and Electrically Conductive Formulations - Processing Guide||Processing Guides||Injection molding parameters, startup and shutdown, mold design and troubleshooting recommendations for Stat-Tech™ Static Dissipative and Conductive Formulations||View|