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Parker Lord expands its CoolTherm portfolio of thermally conductive materials

The Parker Lord Assembly and Protection Solutions Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, a provider of motion and control technologies, has launched three new products specifically designed for EV battery systems. These new thermally conductive gap fillers expand Parker Lord’s CoolTherm portfolio of thermal management solutions for OEMs and battery producers. CoolTherm SC-2000 RW (Reworkable) gap… Read more »

Parker LORD and GHSP partner on EV vibration control and enhancement tech

Parker LORD and mechanical and electromechanical system supplier GHSP have teamed up to develop an Automotive Vibration Control and Enhancement (AVCE) technology designed for passenger and commercial EVs. “This all-in-one solution eliminates vibration in real time, generates global vibration haptic indicators and creates EV vibration enhancements,” says Parker LORD. The technology employs one or more… Read more »

Parker LORD adds thermally-conductive adhesives to its EV portfolio

Parker LORD has expanded its EV product portfolio to include thermally conductive (TC) adhesives and one-component low-density gap fillers. The new adhesives are part of a strategy to create lighter-weight and smaller-footprint products that can help deliver additional energy density. Methods under development include bonding individual cells directly to the cooling plate and bonding directly… Read more »

Parker LORD earns UL certification for CoolTherm potting compounds

Parker LORD has received UL 1446 certification for several of its CoolTherm potting compounds for use in thermal management systems. The company says its thermally-conductive, low-viscosity materials optimize heat dissipation, protect components from dust and moisture, and help reduce vibration. These thermal management materials have now been tested and certified under the relevant UL standards… Read more »

Thermal Interface Materials and Adhesives for EV Charging Infrastructure

Thermal interface materials (TIMs) and adhesives play a critical role in the thermal management of EV charging infrastructure. They help to transfer heat away from the heat-generating components of charging stations, such as the power electronics, charging handles, and the optional battery backup. This helps to ensure that the charging stations operate efficiently and reliably…. Read more »

Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure: new December 2023 session topics announced

New session topics for the December 2023 Charged Virtual Conference on EV Infrastructure are out now. This virtual event will span all things EV charging in two main tracks: Featuring speakers from organizations including: The free-to-attend conference will be broadcast December 4 – 6, 2023, featuring live presentations, interactive Q&As, on-demand webinars, and whitepaper downloads…. Read more »