Chomerics Europe will showcase a cross section of its latest solutions for the aerospace industry at the forthcoming Paris Air Show. Exhibiting as part of the Parker Aerospace stand in hall five, Chomerics will shine the spotlight on its latest innovations aimed at applications such as lightning protection, electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding, grounding, thermal management and optical displays.
The growing trend towards the use of appropriate shielding and thermal management is widely documented as the aerospace industry continues its quest to ensure reliable and safe aircraft electronics. The requirement is being driven largely by the increasing deployment of sensitive analogue circuitry alongside power electronics in safety critical aviation systems.
With safety the number one priority for aerospace manufacturing companies and their customers, wide-ranging applications exist for Chomerics materials in this sector, including: lightning strike protection using conductive paints and compounds; lightweight cable shielding products; conductive gaskets to deliver a combination of shielding, grounding and environmental sealing; and optical windows that offer effective shielding while minimising the impact of light transmittance on in-flight entertainment and cockpit display systems.
Chomerics has also been keeping pace with the rapidly changing defence sector. Corrosion resistant, low/ high temperature and EMI resistant products are the standard. Chomerics offers a broad range of EMI solutions for military applications that have demanding specifications.
“We are once again looking forward to an exciting Paris Air Show, which is widely recognised as the globe’s premier aviation and space industry event,” stated Scott Gunderson, Chomerics Global Aerospace/Defence Market Manger. “As an industry, aerospace and defence is vital to Chomerics and we will have a number of innovative materials and products on display that will provide visitors with class-leading solutions in the increasingly challenging electronics environment found on the latest generation of commercial and military aircraft .”