Adhesives at the Forefront: Revolutionising Cell Contacting Systems and Battery Pack Assembly
In an era of rapid technological advancements, the market for cell contacting systems and battery packs is experiencing a paradigm shift, thanks to innovative adhesive solutions. TECHSiL works alongside Panacol, a leading manufacturer of cutting-edge industrial UV, structural and conductive adhesives, to proudly put forwards its contributions to this industry transformation.
With the growing demand for efficient and sustainable energy storage solutions, cell contacting systems and battery packs play a crucial role in powering various applications, including electric vehicles, renewable energy storage, and portable electronics. The reliability and performance of these systems heavily rely on the quality and integrity of the adhesives used in their assembly.
Recognising this critical need, Panacol has invested substantial resources in research and development, resulting in the creation of advanced adhesive technologies tailored specifically for cell contacting systems and battery packs. These adhesives offer a wide range of benefits, revolutionizing the industry:
Enhanced Electrical Conductivity
The advanced adhesive formulations developed by Panacol exhibit exceptional electrical conductivity, ensuring reliable and efficient current flow within cell contacting systems. This conductivity optimization results in reduced power losses, increased energy efficiency, and enhanced overall system performance.
Superior Adhesion Strength
By harnessing cutting-edge adhesive chemistries, Panacol has engineered products with exceptional bonding strength. These adhesives form strong, durable connections between components, minimising the risks of delamination, detachment, or intermittent contact. The result is improved safety, prolonged service life, and reduced maintenance costs.
Thermal management is a critical aspect of cell contacting systems and battery packs. Panacol's adhesive solutions exhibit excellent thermal conductivity, facilitating efficient heat dissipation and maintaining optimal operating temperatures. This characteristic not only safeguards the integrity of the system but also enhances its performance and longevity.
Chemical and Environmental Resistance
Our adhesives are formulated to withstand the harsh conditions encountered within cell contacting systems and battery packs. They exhibit exceptional resistance to chemicals, moisture, and environmental factors, ensuring long-term reliability, even in demanding operating environments.
Products to Consider
UV-curing adhesives Vitralit® UV 2113 and Vitralit® UV 2114 are characterised by very high adhesion to many materials and meet the requirements of the automotive industry in terms of media and temperature resistance. The rheological properties of both Vitralit® UV 2113 and Vitralit® UV 2114 can be adapted to individual customer requirements. Fluorescent adhesive variations for optical process control are also available.
In just a few seconds, these adhesives can be cured with light in the UVA or visible range. Both gas discharge lamps and LED spot systems can be used for curing. Perfectly matched to Panacol adhesives are the UV and LED UV curing systems from Dr. Hönle, for example the high-intensity LED Powerline AC/IC HP.
For complex CCS geometries with shadowed areas, dual curing Vitralit® UD 8050 is the perfect choice. After UV irradiation, this ion-pure acrylate adhesive postcures in the shadowed areas by reacting with humidity in the air.
Why Choose TECHSiL?
At TECHSiL, we are thrilled to be part of this paradigm shift in the energy storage industry, and our collaboration with Panacol enables us to offer you cutting-edge adhesive solutions for your cell contacting and battery pack needs. We strive to empower manufacturers to meet the ever-increasing demands of modern energy storage applications and remain committed to delivering customised adhesive solutions, providing comprehensive technical support and collaborating closely with industry partners.
Contact our Technical Team for more information or to discuss your application challenges.