The modern vehicle has as many sensors on than a cold war jet fighter, monitoring everything from the obvious (eg. tyre pressures), to the things most drivers wouldn’t even consider (running speed of the engine). These sensors are exposed to a wide array of different conditions including some of the most hostile conditions (fuel sensors). It takes then, specialist materials in order to protect the device and maintain optimum operation. Electrolube has the bespoke solution for you.More info > Download product selector chart > Download product brochure >
Electrolube have an extensive range of products suitable for all automotive application environments, we have collated a selection of products in a specialist brochure to aid your selection which can be viewed here:
Electrolube also have a number of articles and blogs which you may find useful in selecting the right material for your application
Read more about specific products for the Automotive market:
Excellent clarity, ideal for LED applications
This contact lubricant is particularly applicable for the protection and cleaning of static and moving electrical arc interfaces
The Eltinert series of contact lubricants have been developed to provide superior protection
Developed to provide superior protection to electrical contacts under the most difficult conditions. These include extended periods at high temperatures and under corrosive chemical atmospheres.
Fast curing, low viscosity resin which is tough once cured.
Medium viscosity, thermally conductive and flame retardant, two part encapsulating and potting compound
ER2223 black epoxy resin has been specially formulated to meet the harsh operating conditions of under-hood applications in the automotive industry.
Specialist epoxy potting compound for automotive industry electronics
Special Plastics Compatible Grease is a synthetic grease
Low viscosity, two part encapsulating and potting compound with excellent resistance to sea water and good RF properties - good marine resin
Ultra-high performance potting compound. Thixotropic - allows ingress under components and into tight gaps.