As a new era of e-mobility emerges, it's accompanied by new manufacturing challenges that require new material solutions. Only Companies with an innovation culture to meet these challenges will survive. Techsil have just released their most advanced material solutions from Momentive Performance Materials which play an essential role in the vehicles of today and tomorrow.
From thermal management and battery solutions to cable and connector materials; from sensor coatings to adhesives and seals – these innovative silicones are set to help shape the future of e-mobility and drive our new e-vehicles forward.
Techsil’s thermal management materials offer very low thermal resistance coupled with high reliability; their potting and encapsulation materials offer outstanding protection to electronic components from dust, moisture, fluids and harmful environmental contaminants.
The development of Electric Vehicles require advanced thermal solutions; Tehsil’s silicones improve coolant heaters, electric coolant pumps and PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) Air Heater assembly by providing efficient thermal encapsulation, connector potting, thermal management, sealing and bonding.
High voltage battery systems require the battery modules to be thermally managed; Techsil has thermal gap fillers, adhesives and potting/gel encapsulates ideal for assisting with the thermal management of battery housing component assembly, offering flame retardant solutions which allow for excellent EV fire safety performance without compromising other important properties such as mechanical toughness or non-corrosiveness.
Techsil is also focused on challenges found in the Electric Powertrain development, assisting with silicone applications for the integrated drive motor/generator and e-axle advancements among many others.
Speak to our Technical Team to see how Techsil can help with your design challenges. Adam Johnson and Tim Johnson launched these grades at the Battery Expo in June 2022 and will be happy to talk through how these exciting new materials can revolutionise development.