Connected consumers are increasing their daily usage of mobile electronic devices
Mobile computing drives semiconductor growth and need for higher yields
Energy efficiency and environmental-friendliness are important to home appliance consumers
Material solutions for delivering next-generation technologies
Work with Victrex to design durable, lightweight structures that offer exceptional corrosion resistance for next-generation consumer electronic devices
Design innovative speaker solutions by partnering with Victrex and our unmatched expertise in providing materials for the latest speaker designs
Improve speaker lifetime by up to 300% due to the superior fatigue performance offered by APTIV film in continuous, high-power reliability tests
Go thinner with tight tolerance Victrex films that can help achieve F0 specification and greater design freedom to minimise total harmonic distortion (THD)
Heavy metal components can result in loud, inefficient operation. Collaborate with Victrex to reduce noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) in electronic home appliances.
Improve appliance efficiency by 2% by replacing metal parts with integrated VICTREX PEEK components that can reduce weight by up to 80% compared to stainless steel
Enjoy a 3-dB noise reduction, half the noise to the human ear, when making the switch from metal to VICTREX PEEK
Rely on robust Victrex polymers that show no deformation even when operating in high-speed applications
With more than 35 years of experience in PEEK polymers, Victrex provides proven solutions for the electronics industry that can be seen in everyday life. We partner with high profile brands and manufacturers to understand the fast-paced market and enhance electronic device performance.
As a leading SEMICON tier 1 supplier, CNUS selected VICTREX PEEK polymer after thorough evaluation and testing and, together with strong partnership with Victrex, our solution can enable more efficient and effective chip manufacturing.
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