Latest applications in EV batteries - Openair-Plasma® technology for highest battery performance

Tuesday, 07-04-2023
60 min

Electromobility is booming - and so is the demand for batteries. All over the World new giga factories and production lines are being built that are geared to mass production. When looking for the optimal battery, range and fast charging are important criteria. To achieve these, the battery needs to be well insulated, structurally bonded as well as thermally conductive. Plasma pretreatment is the key technology for microfine cleaning, surface activation and nano-coating of a wide variety of materials.

Join the PlasmaTalk "Latest Applications in EV Batteries - Openair Plasma® Technology for Highest Battery Performance" on July 4th, 2023 and learn how plasma technology assists in many production steps and offers a number of advantages over other processes:

For example, looking more closely to cell-to-cell bonding, the pretreatment of the cell surfaces after application of the coating or the film covering is a crucial factor in strengthening adhesion and improving thermal conductivity. The adhesiveness of structural bonding in a battery module, e.g. of the side walls, can be increased through plasma treatment of the components.

In this free PlasmaTalk, Lukas Buske, Head of Plasma Applications at Plasmatreat, will present the key benefits of using Openair Plasma® applications in battery assembly:

  • Optimizing bonding issues during module assembly for efficient thermal management and reliable electrical insulation
  • Solving problems by cleaning or activating surfaces
  • Enlarging the process windows through appropriate pretreatment
  • Resolving electrical potential problems when treating the anode of cylindrical batteries prior to wire bonding
  • Preventing bondline corrosion to protect the entire battery tray from aggressive environmental conditions
  • Offering (or ensuring) a fully automated and controlled inline process and reliability

This no-charge PlasmaTalk is aimed at research, development, and quality control personnel as well as designers, process engineers and operators of production equipment in industrial processes.

The PlasmaTalk will last approximately 40-60 minutes plus a question-and-answer session. If you have a specific question, please send it in advance to so that we can incorporate it into the program.

Please note that due to our international audience, we provide the time slot in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). Please check your time zone using the time calculator below (TimeCalc).