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Sealing solutions for e-powertrain applications are ever-evolving
For e-powertrain applications a wide variety of sealing solutions are required, as there are multiple surfaces that must be sealed effectively. We have developed a number of solutions for these sealing challenges.
Sustainable material solutions for an electrified world
Datwyler has a leading role in producing materials and components in the most sustainable way possible, while advancing the mobility sector to become even more efficient and eco-friendly.
Seeking new material solutions for a more sustainable world
The Datwyler approach to sustainability of the materials used can be split into three key pillars: chemical compliance, supplier processes, and material research.
Datwyler patents sustainable cellulose-based fillers
Datwyler, together with the development partner Empa, has developed and patented an industrial process for surface modification of microfibrillated cellulose (MFC).
Thermal management of BEVs: Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs)
Datwyler has developed thermal interface materials focusing on stand-alone gasket solutions for battery systems.
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Datwyler advances elastomers technology for electric vehicles
European Rubber Journal reports how Datwyler is increasing its focus on elastomers technology for electric vehicles (EVs) to support OEMs and other players in developing e-powertrains.
Thermal management of battery-powered electric vehicle
In this technical article, Datwyler expert Jakub Kadlcak explains how thermal management of battery electric vehicles can be improved by the intelligent use of the right materials and composites.
Cellulose instead of aramid fibers - filler and reinforcing material for elastomers
Microfibrillated cellulose can be used to improve the properties of elastomers. A surface modification now facilitates its use.
O-rings: the system-critial sealing solution with high performance
On the surface, an elastomer O-ring may appear straightforward in terms of design and development, but there are far more processes involved than simply injecting rubber into a mold. Our expert Richard Katona explains how advanced materials development and simulation expertise can mean the difference between a good seal and an excellent one.
Datwyler expands its materials expertise
Datwyler is expanding its in-house capabilities through a focus on Electrically and Thermally Conductive and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Shielding Materials (ETEMI™).