Bostik, a manufacturer of industrial, construction, and consumer adhesives, exhibits its extensive line of adhesives and sealants for battery applications at this year’s Battery Show North America at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, September 13-15, 2022. Visit booth 3039 for information about Bostik’s range of industrial bonding solutions and how they can improve manufacturing processes and performance overall.
The Battery Show, which is the largest battery and electric vehicle (EV) trade show in North America, brings together over 10,000 industry professionals and 750 suppliers from across the supply chain. Attendees have the opportunity to participate in networking events and technical educational tracks while exploring an exhibit hall featuring the latest products and services.
Bostik is showcasing a range of adhesive and sealant solutions for battery pack systems and EV applications designed to improve operational efficiencies and end-use performance overall. In particular, Bostik's featured hot-melt pressure-sensitive, web, film, powder, and water-based adhesive technologies offer temperature stability and short handling time for battery pack lamination, helping manufacturers ensure optimal battery performance.
Further, the company is displaying its SMP, MMA, and butyl technologies for battery pack sealing and gasketing applications, which reportedly provide multi-substrate adhesion with excellent serviceability to enhance maintenance and repair processes. Bostik’s polyurethane and acrylic technologies on display possess chemical resistance and low-VOC formulations to increase longevity and reduce environmental impact. For EV applications, Bostik’s featured hot-melt technologies for low-pressure molding processes possess easy processability due to their one-component formulations. Additionally, the company is displaying its structural adhesives, such as MMA and polyurethane, that provide strong bonds in less than a minute for EV battery pack integration manufacturing and streamline operational processes.
Bostik is also showcasing its line of Born2Bond™ instant engineering adhesive solutions, which overcome key performance limitations associated with existing cyanoacrylate technologies for metal and plastic applications especially. The company reports that these low-odor products are designed for a low-blooming, high bond strength, even in places subject to flexing. They also help decrease downtime with fast fixture time at room temperature.
“Bostik looks forward to showcasing how it is becoming a key player in the battery and EV markets and why we are well-equipped to serve customer needs as they continue to address evolving market trends,” said Kevin Campbell, national sales manager in Bostik’s automotive market. “This event also provides a valuable opportunity for us to learn about the latest industry standards and discuss how we can meet key needs.”
For more information, visit: www.bostik.com.