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GORE Automotive Vents - Weldable Vents: 26 28 29 39 47 49 50 51 52 108

Describes the performance options (High Airflow and High Temperature) available in the Weldable Series for automotive electrical/electronic modules, (e.g. control units, sensors, actuators or motors). Includes performance characteristics as well as design and dimensions.

GORE<sup>®</sup> Automotive Vents - Snap-Fit Vents: AVS 14, 67, 70, 200 - Data Sheet

Describes the performance options (Standard, High Temperature, High Airflow, and Compact) available in the Snap-Fit Series for automotive electronic modules (control units, sensors, actuators and motors). Includes performance characteristics, installation recommendations, and testing methods/criteria.

PEMFC Advancements for Diesel Engine Transition

Commercializing fuel cells in heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) presents challenges like extended lifetimes, higher-temperature operation, and significantly increased power output, essential for displacing diesel. Simon Cleghorn discusses the compelling aspects of PEM fuel cells as an alternative to help solve these challenges, and potentially lower the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

Addressing the Challenges for PEM Fuel Cells in HDVs

The heavy-duty sector, representing 10% of vehicles yet contributing over 25% of carbon emissions, requires high power density and extended range capabilities. This article emphasizes the crucial role of advanced PEM technology in attaining sustainable and efficient fuel cell solutions.

Gore's breakthrough discovery - ePTFE

Gore's expanded polymer membrane technology, known for its durability and performance, was a breakthrough discovery by Bob Gore in 1969. Since then, Gore's continuous innovation has evolved into many innovative membrane technologies used in numerous industries. Discover how our advanced materials engineering expertise is helping to improve the lives of people around the world.

Fuel Cell Commercialization

Find out how Gore's materials engineering expertise and capabilities can accelerate the commercialization of FCEVs by dramatically improving the performance and reliability of fuel cell stacks and systems.

Key vectors for optimal Fuel cell system performance

Choosing the right proton exchange membranes (PEMs) to meet customer requirements can be a challenge. We spoke with our product specialist Chow Mun Hoe about harnessing key vectors for optimal performance in fuel cell systems.

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Reduce Condensation

Technical Information

As LED lighting proliferates in automotive applications, so does condensation. That’s because LED lamps’ heat source is at the rear of the assembly, making the lens area the cold spot where condensation forms most easily. Often with unpleasant results: foggy, cloudy or streaky lenses, and lamps that don’t shine as brightly as when they left the showroom. Condensation could also compromise integrated sensors or other electronic devices.

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GORE® Vents provide life-of-vehicle protection to maintain the reliability of lighting systems that support vehicle differentiation and functionalities — for example, in EVs where thinner modular lamps can illuminate brand signatures and integrate new sensing/communication devices.

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Protection Against Condensation

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