Reduce Battery Dry Room CO₂ Footprint Up To 95%
Rasmus Toftegaard, PhD, CTO and Dry Room Specialist, Cotes
Dehumidifiers in Li-ion battery dry rooms use a lot of energy, up to 43% of total energy consumption in the battery manufacturing process, to keep the dry rooms super dry—that's a relative humidity of under 1% and dew points ranging from -40°C to -120°C.
Rasmus Toftegaard will explain how Cotes adsorption dehumidifiers work, how it benefits manufacturers and how it is possible to achieve massive energy reductions, cost savings, and huge CO₂ emissions reductions.
Now available to watch on-demand: Register for this webinar to watch a recording of the presentation and audience Q&A, and download the presentation slides.
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A Virtual Conference on EV Engineering: October 17-20, 2022.
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