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"Leak test of battery housings", technical article in the yearbook 2022 Dichten. Kleben. Polymer. of ISGATEC

Since there is no standard for batteries today and efficient leak testing depends on many factors, there is also no standard for leak testing. However, if the central challenges are known, suitable testing strategies can be developed quickly.

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"Procedure for leak testing batteries for e-cars", technical article on www.all-electronics.de

There are several methods for having batteries for e-mobility tested for leaks in an end-of-line test. But which is the right one, which criteria have to be taken into account when choosing and how can the costs for quality assurance be kept as low as possible?

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"Effectively testing e-mobility components for leaks", technical article in the 2021 ISGATEC yearbook

An introduction to the various thermal management components responsible for cooling the traction battery. In addition, information on possible types of leakage and test methods as well as a discussion of the central question of sufficient tightness for a test object...

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Premium Remote Service

In the run-up to the commissioning of leak test panels and during the commissioning itself, there is now special support for machine builders: the Premium Remote Service. Experienced service engineers help to analyse leaky compressed air connections, seals and feeds that would prevent smooth commissioning of the leak tester. Support is provided via remote access - the components required for this are available from JW Froehlich. A fixed hourly quota is included.

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Whitepaper "Leak testing in e-mobility"

When new technologies are introduced, there is often uncertainty about the quality required to ensure the safe operation of a product even under harsh environmental conditions. Particularly in the case of e-mobility components, on the one hand no operating medium (e.g. coolant) may leak out, on the other hand no water may enter (e.g. into the traction battery). The challenge is to define the leakage rate required to prove tightness. Support can be obtained from manufacturers of leak test equipment who have extensive experience.

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