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Parker Chomerics

Chomerics Division is part of the Parker Hannifin Corporation Engineered Materials Group, and is a global leader in the development and application of electrically conductive and thermal interface materials. Engineers and designers from every industry including aviation, telecommunications, medical devices, defense, commercial and consumer electronics choose Chomerics for its strong product portfolio, which utilizes technology built on core competencies in material science and process technology. 

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Product Spotlight

Cho-Lube E117 Electrically Conductive Grease 200gm Plastic Pot

CHO-LUBE® E117 material is a single component, electrically conductive, silicone grease material based on exclusive Silver/ Nickel filler.

Features of E117:

  • Long life durability
  • Low resistivity
  • Low viscosity for processing and wetting benefits
  • Lubricating properties
  • Low and High temperature resistance
  • Non sagging
  • Flange protection
  • Thermal conductivity


CHO-LUBE E117 material is a high corrosion resistance product protecting flange thanks to its unique formula and excellent surface wetting.Improving surface to surface contact while protecting these surfaces is the primary application of this grease in the aircraft industry. Consumer applications include grounding of enclosures and various equipment, screw threads for lubricating.


The safety critical nature of aerospace applications demands that electronics components and systems onboard must operate with complete reliability over extended periods in what can be extremely tough environmental conditions.

EMI / RFI must be rigorously addressed as part of the design process at Parker Chomerics to avoid the risk of malfunction of individual components or complete modules due to noise and interference from other systems. In addition, appropriate thermal management measures help to ensure that components within the design are maintained at an optimum operating temperature that gives stable performance, enhances reliability and increases their expected life.