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Sika Offers Silicone-free Thermal Conductive Adhesives for Energy Vehicles

Published on 2019-05-02. Edited By : SpecialChem

Condustive adhesive sikaSika’s Global Business has announced its participation at the Battery Show Europe May 7-9, 2019, in Stuttgart, Germany. Representatives from Sika Automotive as well as Sika Advanced Resins will feature their latest innovative solutions for New Energy Vehicle specific systems including battery, e-motors and power electronic components. Sika will be exhibiting in booth number 447.

Featuring Latest Solutions for Thermal Management


Sika will be featuring its latest solutions for thermal management in battery systems including silicone-free thermal conductive adhesives and gap fillers providing the best performance for optimum heat transfer in battery packs and modules, and intumescent coatings which aid to actively delay fire spread in battery system enclosures to regulations.

With more than 3 decades of bonding and sealing experience in the industry, Sika Automotive leverages a pole position with its proven bonding and sealing systems to tackle the new challenges of battery housing assembly - featuring products with especially outstanding adhesion on plain metals and chemical resistance to glycols and transmission fluids.

Epoxy Resins for E-motor Stator Encapsulation


Sika Advanced Resins provides a broad range of thermal conductive silicone-free potting solutions for on-board NEV power electronic systems such as OBC, power convertors, harness connectors and grommets, and various systems control electronics.

Highlighted will be recently developed 2-component epoxy resins for e-motor stator encapsulation that enhance motor performance as well as facilitate design and weight reduction; all while offering key manufacturing process throughput improvements over traditional products.


Source: Sika
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