Products and Services
If you are looking for elastic or non-stretch textile cables, conductive textiles to mount micro-electronics on, textile-based sensors or connection solutions, Ohmatex is the right partner. See our products.
Samples of our products are available online via our webshop. Order samples here.
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Ohmatex is currently seeking a skilled project manager to head a new project for the
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Klaus Østergaard as CEO to lead Ohmatex
Textile cables are woven tapes or ribbons including a varying number of electrical conductors. They are characterized by their softness and strength and ideal for smart textile applications in clothing. More info.
Ultra-flexible conductive elastics are characterised by being soft, bendable and stretchable up to 30% of their original length. More info.
Ohmatex has developed specialised textile connectors and have also created tools to encapsulate various standard connectors using macro melt materials to make them water-tight and well-suited for integration with textile materials. More info.
Ohmatex has developed both woven textile strain gauges and dry electrodes with a surface of silver coated yarn for textile applications. More info.
Testimonials / What Our Clients Say
- I am glad that there are Danish companies who take up the challenges there are in space. Ohmatex has shown that it is possible to win contracts with the European Space Agency, ESA, even though they are a small specialised company.
- Danfoss PolyPower A / S develop a polymeric material with unique properties as a stretch or pressure sensor. This thin film is 100% stretchable, robust and functions as an accurate sensor without applying forces to the object being measured. Ohmatex was able to help develop a robust connection to the material, the result was a textile cable terminated with a universal jack plug.
- Viking Life-Saving Equipment is a market leader in fire suits and aims to be at the forefront with technologies that increase fire-fighter safety. Ohmatex helped to develop a suit with sewn-in thermal sensors as an example of the intelligent clothing of the future.