Conductive Extrusion is essentially when an electrically conductive elastomer profile is pushed from a machine(extruder) that applies torque, heat, and pressure to vulcanize or cure the elastomer. These extruded products or cord stock can come in many different profiles and materials. NEDC certified to extrude MIL-DTL-83528F materials A, B, C, D, F, K, L and M. NEDC is also certified to manufacture Type G, but Type G is embedded with a copper foil, so it is not extruded.
Typical profiles that are extruded include the P-Strip, Solid-O, Solid-D, and the U. These profiles are listed based on what this author has recognized as the most popular profiles. There are many other profiles available, which can be found on our extrusion profiles page.