The Battery Show – Digital Days, May 18 – 20, 2021
The future is driven by innovations – and electricity. Let’s meet at the virtual Battery Show to discover and discuss the powerful role of silicones and silicone resins in tomorrow’s technologies.
Let’s Meet Again
We want to stay in touch with you. Therefore, meet us virtually and let’s talk about the latest WACKER solutions for your challenges as well as exciting new business opportunities.
Until we meet personally, let's stay in touch digitally!Arrange an appointment with our experts!
Listen to Our Experts
Catch up on the latest silicone solutions for thermal management and protection in hybrid and electric drives and batteries. Attend our experts’ presentation on Thursday May 20, 9.45 (CET) at The Battery Show 2021.
Here is an Excerpt of the Topics we Would Like to Discuss:
Thermal Interface Material (TIM)
Our conductive silicones are offered in a variety of viscosities, cure speeds and conductivities to meet the requirements of thermal management in automotive electronics.Go to Product Portal
Electronic Control (ECU) & Power Conversion Units (PCU)
Our broad portfolio of silicones offers solutions for for the long life protection of electronic control units (ECU) and power conversion units (PCU), while they are outstandingly efficient to process and to manufacture. An encapsulating, sealing, bonding or a heat management task to be solved.Go to Product Portal
Electroactive Polymer Laminates (EAP) for Actuator and Sensor Applications
NEXIPAL® are laminates for actuators and sensors which allow the conversion of electrical into mechanical work or capacitive sensing – applications especially interesting for the automotive industry.Go to Product Portal
Keeping Cool with TIM
Electric vehicles need efficient thermal management to keep traction batteries, electric motors and power electronics from overheating. Thermal interface materials (TIMs) made from silicone do precisely that ...Read More
Smart Silicone Sandwiches
Thanks to their electroactive properties, laminates that comprise electrodes and ultrathin silicone films can measure movement. In the future, WACKER will be producing such prefabricated electronics components for sensors and actuators that will only require customers to fit the necessary electrical connections ...Read More
The automotive industry has exceptionally high requirements for the production of silicone thermal interface materials. Dr. Thorsten Schneppensieper, quality manager at WACKER, discusses the IATF 16949 standard and its significance for the production process ...Read More