Stockwell Elastomerics is aware of discontinuations to certain Gore® EMI shielding materials, including Gore’s GS2100, GS5200, and GS8000. Many different applications over a wide breadth of industries had utilized these now-obsolete materials for components. Applications included military, aerospace, and various ruggedized portable electronic devices such as scanners, readers, phones, computers, radios, GPS, wireless equipment and testing equipment. These materials had uses ranging from EMI gaskets to connector gaskets and grounding pads. Trying to find suitable equivalent materials can be a daunting task. Stockwell Elastomerics has demonstrated expertise and experience when it comes to EMI gasketing material, and we can help when selecting a suitable replacement material.
Stockwell Elastomerics carries several materials that can serve as quick replacements for these Gore materials: namely, our SNE-560-UL94V0 is a great alternative for GS2100 and GS5200. However, choosing a replacement material is not always as straightforward as finding the same product with a different name. Every application is unique – this is where Stockwell Elastomerics’ Applications Engineers can assist in material selection by helping to identify critical application characteristics and use these to guide the process. Some applications may need better sealing, galvanic corrosion resistance, or a UL 94V-0 flame rating. Stockwell Elastomerics has a wide variety of EMI shielding materials that we can sample to help customers to find effective and quick solutions.
For more information or to request a quote for EMI shielding materials to replace the now discontinued Gore products GS2100, GS5200, and GS8000, please call Stockwell Elastomerics at 215-335-3005 or complete a contact form for assistance.
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