Parker Chomerics

Woburn, MA 01888

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About Parker Chomerics

Parker Chomerics, a division of Parker Hannifin Corp., is part of the Engineered Materials Group. It is the global leader in development and application of electrically and thermally conductive materials in electronics, transportation, and other systems.

Contact

77 Dragon Court
Woburn, MA 01888
https://www.parker.com/chomerics
(781) 935-4850
(1) 781-933-4318

More Info on Parker Chomerics

The 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, utilizing technology built on core competencies in material science and process technology.

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