ELANTAS produces insulating materials for the electrical and electronics industry. They are found in electric motors, household appliances, cars, generators, transformers, capacitors, digital cameras, wind mills, computers, lamps, circuit boards, and sensors, and help to ensure that product design engineers can construct eversmaller and more powerful electronic devices, thus saving materials and energy.
Owing to consistent research and development, continual development of insulating materials and processes, and the fact that ELANTAS has production facilities around the world, the division has established a leading international position for itself and is the world‘s leading manufacturer of wire enamels, impregnating resins and casting materials. This makes ELANTAS the preferred supplier for the electrical insulation industry and the main supplier to large international customers.
The division serves the markets through three business lines: “Primary Insulation“ supplies the enameled wire industry; “Secondary Insulation“ supplies applications in which the enameled wire winding is insulated and stabilized mechanically, and “Electronic & Engineering Materials“ mainly supplies applications that embed or completely encapsulate electrical components.
The company is run as a holding company headquartered in the German town of Wesel and has nine independent manufacturing companies in all major regions of the world. In 2012 ELANTAS employed a total workforce of 941 and achieved sales of EUR 412,5 million.
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