CollTech Structural and Thermally Conductive Bonding Solutions for Power Battery Cells

CollTech Structural and Thermally Conductive Bonding Solutions for Power Battery Cells

Aiming to attain Net Zero Emission targets while attributing to safety

September 2022
By Amandine Yu

 

CO2 emissions in the global transport sector amounted to 7.2Gt in 2020.   This accounted for approximately 20% of total global CO2 emissions. While the overall transport market is on the rebound, the transport sector emissions will be required to fall by 20% down to 5.7 Gt by 2030. C02 emissions with the light duty vehicles, the largest sector, will be required to decrease from 3.3 Gt to 1.9 Gt in order to attain the goal of Net Zero Emissions by 2050. 

 

To meet this scenario’s C02 emissions trajectory, electric vehicles will need to account for 20% of the vehicle stock by 2030. 1,2

Given that the EV industry is still in its early stage of development, there are concerns in being able to achieve this ambitious target. With incidents of fires and explosions being widely reported, the safety of EVs has caught considerable attention. These incidents may have been the result of electrolyte leakage, partial short-circuit or insulation damage in power battery. How to protect batteries from mechanical shock, puncture, heat accumulation while maintaining high energy efficiency while minimizing cost, is a significant challenge for most EV manufacturers.  As an experienced solutions provider of bonding materials, CollTech has dedicated R&D resources to develop reliable and effective solutions to address these challenges.

 

Our Bonding and TIM Solutions to Power Battery Cells

1.Structural bonding:
Typical applications: Cell to cell/cell to shell bonding of prismatic cells
Featured product: CollTech N-PU5801
Features and benefits:

  • High reliability under high temperature/humidity and thermal shock
  • Highbonding strength to a variety of substrates: PET film, PI film and Al
  • Rheologicalproperties designed for different application process
  • Hardnessand modules adapted to specific mechanical requirements
  • Adjustablecuring speed for process rhythm control

2.Thermally conductive bonding:
Typical application: Cell modules for cooling panels
Featured product: CollTech N-Sil 8742
Features and benefits:

  • Easy to rework, facilitate repairing and recycling
  • Low viscosity, easy to dispense, minimal abrasion with pumps
  • High thermal conductivity, >2.0W/mk

Please contact us to learn more about CollTech’s NEV material solutions product portfolio.

 

 

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1 IEA, Tracking Transport 2021
2 IEA, Global Energy Review: CO2 Emissions in 2021

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