Our offered Product range includes IGBT Modules, Circuit Breakers, busways, fuse clips and cable shielding.
Electrical Grade Thermostatic Bimetal has long been used as the activating element in residential and industrial circuit breakers. When current draw exceeds the circuit's amperage rating the Thermostatic Bimetal will overheat and trip the breaker which interrupts the current flow through the circuit. The world's leading producers of circuit breakers rely on the quality and performance of EMS Thermostatic Bimetal Strip and Parts for this critical safety application.
EMS pioneered the development of clad shielding to protect buried telephone wire decades ago. Clad protects against mechanical and rodent damage, and errant electrical strikes which can disrupt service and be costly to repair. A low alloy steel core offers superior toughness while a low carbon core reduces costs and is a good substitute for costly copper alloys.
EMS DuraFoil and DieselFoil are high temperature oxidation and creep resistant alloys produced using our patented cold bonding diffusion annealing process. They are designed for use as alternative to FeCrAlloy materials in catalytic converter applications. Their aluminum rich surface makes them very receptive to wash coating and their strength make them well suited to very large stationary applications or engine applications where durability is crucial.
EMS is also capable of fabricating a wide range of custom substrate geometries to suit customer specifications. Whether you need round, rectangle, or other custom substrate geometry, brazed or oxidized, in cell density ranging from 45-600 CPSI, we have the capability to produce the substrate your application requires.
The EMS family of titanium based brazing foils has been developed to address the technical challenges of brazing titanium and titanium alloys. Brazing applications include jet engine exhaust, aerospace and industrial heat exchangers. Brazing filler in foil form provides more consistent joint quality than braze powder which is prone to particle size variation. Additionally, no binder is required (binder variability can cause uneven powder deposition).
Increasing heat concerns in cell phones and other hand held devices or higher power electronics are pushing the limits of heat sink technology. Copper or aluminum clad stainless offers better thermal performance while not sacrificing weldability or aesthetics.
Cladding copper to an Invar (36 Ni, balance Fe) core produces a constraining metal layer well known to the electronics packaging, heat sink and printed wiring board industries. This material is mil certified and the preferred constraining layer of choice for demanding electronics applications.