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Conductive silicone

Conductive silicone with infinite potential, ElecSil™

  • Type : Fabric combined

  • Thickness | Tension:  0.3mm | Up to 400%

  • Conductivity: <10Ω

  • Washing | Durability: Washable

ElecSil™ A


  • Metal powder is used as a conductive filler to exhibit high conductivity.

  • A fabric is coated with a bottom layer as a highly conductive material. This allows us to minimize performance change depending on the distance from the terminal, evenly showing the same electrical characteristics throughout the electrodes.

  • Since it is printed directly on the fabric, the process is simple and can be produced based on the production facilities of the existing product on sale.

  • It doesn't rip when you stretch and doesn't fall off when you rub or wash it.

  • It can be used longer than disposable hydrogel electrodes.

ElecSil™ B

  • The carbon black powder used as a conductive filler is harmless and has characteristics of acid and chemical resistance.

  • The coating on ElecSil A compensates for skin irritation by reducing skin contact with the A layer.

  • The surface has excellent adhesion and friction, so it has excellent skin contact, and the pressure of clothes is added. Minimizes abrupt changes in skin contact resistance during activities in which body curvature changes.

  • Does not tear when stretched and does not fall off even when rubbed or washed.

  • Applied over a highly conductive silicone coating, skin-to-skin conductivity is as good as disposable electrodes.

Electrocardiogram Measurement

You can measure your heart rate accurately.


Material electrical characteristics test

How to experiment

  • Test samples are 7x7cm wide.

  • The initial distance between the measuring probes is 5cm.

  • Repeat stretching with a specific strain range.

  • Let's move on to the next segment.

  1. After returning, wait for 2 seconds to measure the resistance.

  2. Measure the resistance by pulling the strain you set.

  3. Measure the resistance while waiting for 2 seconds at the set strain.

Test sample

The elasticity of the sample

US ECG Standard Standard Electrode Performance Evaluation

< ANSI / AAMI EC12 : 2000 Medical Electrode Test Items >

Meets all ANSI / AAMI EC12 : 2000 standards for ECG disposable hydrogel electrodes.

Reusable ElecSil™ : Disposable electrode performance levels exceed the limits of

ECG electrode standard ANSI / AAMI EC12 : 2000









10 Hz Impedance average of 12 electrode pairs

10 Hz Impedance average of 12 electrode pairs

DC offset voltage (n=12)

Combined offset Instability and Internal noise

Defibrillation overload recovery (polarization potential)

Rate of change of polarization Potential

After test, 10Hz electrode impedance

< 2kΩ

< 3kΩ

< 100mV

< 150

< 100mV

< 1mV/sec

< 3kΩ


Blas current tolerance

< 100mV

  • Used for medical electrodes

  • Passed 100% of ECG Electrode Specification


EMS Apparel

(Electrical Muscle Stimulation)

  • It is easy to wear.

  • Design considering laundry durability, skin contact resistance, and biocompatibility.

  • The manufacturing process is based on exciting screen printing facilities.

  • A bioelectrode material that comes into contact with the skin and sends an electrical signal to the human body or reads an electrical signal.

  • Various uses such as ICT, XR (VR, AR, MR), medical smart clothing, and daily wearable devices are available.

  • Durability that does not damage the appearance of the coating even after machine washing more than 20 times.

  • With a double coating of layer A of high conductivity on layer B of skin contact resistance, the adhesive force and friction of the material surface stabilize the skin contact resistance.

  • Silicone rubber, which is safe for the human body, is used as a binder, and carbon black-based conductive filler is used as a material for skin contact to consider bio-friendliness.

Smart wearable clothes

  • Clothes and Wires

  • High conductivity of 10Ω

  • High durability

  • Washable, reusable

  • Safe for human body

  • Even if it's stretched and bent,
    you can use it continuously

VR Haptic Smart Clothing Development

  • Creates cool/warm sensation using the Peltier effect.

  • Developing a detachable wearable device.

  • Electrotactile haptics realized with ElecSil.


Interworking with VR content

  • Through the development of smart clothing that offers sensations of virtual touch in virtual reality (VR/AR/MR), we want to create a platform that can convey various sensations.
    It can be connected to various contents such as games, videos, advertising broadcasting, manufacturing, medical care, and education.

  • Electrical stimulation technology in the form of clothing through conductive silicone bioelectrodes.
    Depending on the sense of touch in virtual reality, electrical stimulation of the biceps, triangular muscles, abdomen, and back.

  • A Peltier material combined with a garment is used to control the temperature of a specific area.
    In the blue part of the picture on the right, it's installed to allow you to experience the 
    temperature virtually. 

  • Detachable wearable device.
    Develop a device capable of performing electrical stimulation and temperature control according to tactile signals in content.

  • ​Synchronize technology with applications and contents.
    Development process linked to VR FPS game demo.

Contents that can be used

ElecSil™ (Electronic bio Silicone)


Games: PC/console games, mobile games, etc.
Theme park: Roller coaster, 4D, simulator, etc.


Broadcasting: Producing VR contents such as wake-up studios and dramas, sports broadcasts, and live concert performances.
Advertisement: Virtual advertising system, exhibition hall virtual experience, etc.


Surgical field: for surgical education, high-level surgical training, etc.
Psychiatric neuroscience: Simulation mental behavior therapy
Image diagnosis field: CG application such as 3D virtual colonoscopy.
Rehabilitation Medicine: Simulation Training for Rehabilitation Treatment
Healthcare field: telemedicine, telefitness, etc.
Other fields: 3D implementation of patient information through sensors such as MRI and CT.


E-Learning: Educational contents such as pop-up books

Training: military operations training, vocational training training


Automobile: Virtual test, design and design, autonomous driving experience, etc.
Aviation: Wiring assembly, painting process virtual training, in-flight service provision, etc.
Other: Complex machine assembly, maintenance (A/S) information acquisition


Movie: Tech-Film
Navigation: 3D wake-up route, live-action video-based reality
Drone: First Person View (FPV) video, e-sports, etc.
Real Estate: Virtual Model House, Real Estate Video, etc.