At the three-day exhibition, Gore presented its extensive selection of Gore cables and materials for military land systems and aircraft applications. Solutions that were displayed include high-speed data cables, high power distribution cables, high-frequency microwave/RF assemblies, and excellent EMI shielding materials. All of Gore’s robust cables and cable assemblies are available in a variety of compact, highly flexible, and routable designs. Thoroughly tested and qualified to the most rigorous military specifications, they are proven to perform continuously and reliably in the toughest environments.
Also exhibited were Gore Skyflex Aerospace Materials that have been proven to solve many sealing and surface protection challenges in helicopters such as the Apache, Black Hawk, Chinook, and Seahawk. Specified by leading military aircraft OEMs, these lightweight, non-curing tapes and gaskets simplify aircraft assembly, increase throughput, and reduce life-cycle costs.
Gore also featured the CPCSU-2 system as part of Gore’s Chemical and Biological Protective Combat Style Uniform family. "At the heart of CPCSU-2 was the Gore Chempak Undergarment with stretch technology, which delivers protection against a broad range of threats in liquid, vapour and aerosol form. A non-CB protective outer garment completes the CPCSU-2. This chemical and biological system offers durable protection, improved mobility, and enhanced operational effectiveness," Gore said in a press release. (RR)
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