New GORE® PolyVent XS: The Perfect Fit for Small Outdoor Electronic Enclosures
GORE® PolyVent XS provides robust venting protection in a compact, low-profile screw-in vent, for easier integration into small (up to 2 l) outdoor enclosures. It’s the perfect fit for today’s telecom, lighting and other densely-configured small enclosures that require reliable protection in harsh environments.
New GORE® Acoustic Vent GAW333: Incredibly Small. Improved Performance.
With improved acoustic quality, IPX8 immersion and IP6X particle protection, this incredibly small vent (only 1.5 mm ID) offers more flexibility in designing higher-performance handsets.
Reliable sealing of heat exchangers
Article published in PROCESS Worldwide Magazine.
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GORE® EXCLUDER® Iliac Branch Endoprosthesis Gains Health Canada Approval
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) announced the Health Canada approval of the GORE® EXCLUDER® Iliac Branch Endoprosthesis (IBE), making it the most recent off-the-shelf aortic branch device approved in Canada for the endovascular treatment of common iliac artery aneurysms or aortoiliac aneurysms.
New Research Shows GORE® Protective Barriers to be Best Choice for Reducing Firefighter Heat Stress
At the FDIC International 2016 Conference, W. L. Gore & Associates presented the results of a human study that evaluated the physiological impact of protective barriers currently available in turnout gear.
Gore Launches Performance Solutions Division to Solve Complex Product and Process Challenges in Key Industries
W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) announced today the launch of its Performance Solutions Division.
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Visit Gore (Booth E14) at MWE 2015 Yokohama Japan November 25-27
Attend our technical seminar, topic “Ideal Cable Solutions for Next Generation Mobile Communication Testing - 5G ”.
Visit Gore at F-16 and Proven Aircraft TCG World Wide Review, September 13-17
Webinar: Enhancing Sensor Reliability Through Venting
Webinar: Enhancing Sensor Reliability Through Venting. Your robust, highly accurate sensor met all of the performance requirements and passed the industry standards testing for your application. You used rugged seals in your housing to protect the sensitive electronics from water and contaminant ingress. However, after the sensor was in operation for several months, it failed. Why?
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