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4/1/2022

JBC Technologies Acquires HST Materials, Inc.

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The team at JBC  is excited to announce the purchase of HST Materials, Inc., an ISO-9001 certified converter located in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.  HST has a strong track record of providing OEMs and Tier suppliers with quality die-cut, extruded, and molded seals and gaskets.

3/9/2022

JBC Expands Converting Capabilities with New DCS Precision Rotary Die-Cutting Press

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We're excited to announce a new addition to our precision die-cutting family - a 10-station high-speed rotary die-cutting press from Dorey Converting Systems (DCS). At JBC Technologies we continue to expand and enhance our precision capabilities so that we can better serve our customers and improve our high-performance and tight-tolerance production. The new DCS die-cutting press will be...

3/2/2022

Material Spotlight: ISOLOSS LS Polyurethane Foams

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At JBC Technologies we often speak with customers that have a need for laminated and die-cut microcellular soft and very soft open cell polyether polyurethane foams. In today’s volatile environment with tight supply chains and unpredictable lead times, it is good to have options – so for today’s material spotlight we’ve chosen to feature an option that checks off a lot of boxes: ISOLOSS™ LS Polyurethane Foam, manufactured by Aearo Technologies LLC, an independent wholly owned3M subsidiary.

2/27/2022

6 Thermal Management Materials for EV Battery Applications

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Li-ion batteries perform best when maintained within an optimal temperature range.   The challenge is exacerbated by the consumer’s desire for a rapid charge and discharge, both of which add to heat management issues.  Too hot or too cold and thermal instability can occur leading to thermal runaway that can at best destroy the cell and at worst start a vehicle fire.  Reducing this thermal instability is where many of the performance materials that we convert at JBC Technologies come into play. Die-cut performance materials such as those described in this post can be used at the cell level, the module level, and even the pack level.

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