Taking Charge of Your Electronics

Automotive Electronics

Material Solutions for In-Car Electronic Systems

Our cars are becoming smarter than we are. Automakers are packing more and more high-tech components under the hood, in the dash and behind the wheel. All of those wires and circuits hold a lot of important data—but they also generate a lot of heat and raise the risk of electrical interference between electronic systems. With plastic components, you can turn down the temperature and lower the chances of “cross talk.”


  • Use Stat-Tech™ electrically conductive materials instead of metal housings or secondary processes to protect your systems from electromagnetic interference
  • With every vehicle, you have less room to fit more electronic components – lean on us to help you choose materials and design parts that optimize space
  • Counter the rising temperature of your electric systems by eliminating thermal pads and heat sinks
  • Bring tactile and visual appeal to your human-machine interface designs with GLS™ OnFlex™ TPEs

Product Name Description Characteristics Characteristics
Stat-Tech™ Electrically conductive materials 102 -105 ohms/sq range Custom formulated physical properties
OnFlex™ TPE Soft-touch High heat and chemical resistance
Therma-Tech™ Thermally conducive materials Up to 20 W/mK conductivity Inherent corrosion/oxidation resistance
Geon™ Light diffusion polymer Diffuses light for soft, continuous appearance
Name Category Description  
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
Therma-Tech for ADAS Sensors and ECUs - Product Bulletin
Application Bulletin
Learn how Therma-Tech material makes the difference in automotive adas sensors, cameras and ECUs.
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