Ground-breaking Thermal Management Solutions

Showcasing at Battery Cells & Systems Expo

We’re Exhibiting at Battery Cells & Systems Expo 2022

After a couple of postponements due to the pandemic, we are excited to announce that we are exhibiting at Battery Cells & Systems Expo on 29th & 30th June 2022 at NEC, Birmingham.

We are showcasing our ground-breaking thermal management solutions, including thermal interface materials and anti-thermal propagation pads with superior insulation between cells, and invite you to visit us on stand 17-518 to discuss your battery systems projects.

Find out how Tecman's thermal management solutions solve the challenges faced by battery development engineers.  


We're looking forward to a busy event and we're taking lots of materials for visitors to see - here’s a taste of what to expect at our stand:

Largest UK Battery and EV Technology Exhibition

Battery Cells & Systems Expo is the largest UK battery and EV technology exhibition and conference. It’s a free-to-attend event that brings the world of battery manufacturing and integration together into the heart of UK manufacturing.

Tecman Thermal Management Solutions for Battery Development

There are many different thermal management challenges in E-mobility. A common concern is that as EV battery capabilities increase so does the excess thermal energy, a detrimental by-product that can deplete the service life of the battery, reduce performance, and pose significant safety risk from thermal runaway events.

We provide thermal management solutions for our customers’ battery systems projects through innovative engineered solutions and the intelligent application of advanced materials with thermodynamic and heat transfer properties.

About Tecman

Tecman has over 25 years experience as a converter partner for automotive and wider manufacturing industries. With vast industry and engineering knowledge, expertise in advanced materials and technologies we develop solutions that have the potential to solve many of the thermal related challenges that battery design engineers face today. Helping unlock superior performance and innovation.


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