Solve your specific EV battery challenge with a Rogers battery pad.

Lithium-Ion batteries are one of the most common battery technologies today. Many Li-Ion batteries leverage a less expensive to manufacture pouch cell design rather than a cylindrical design (similar to standard AA batteries).

However, one major design drawback is the repetitive swelling of the pouch's cells over the battery's life. Failure to maintain these pressures on the battery's internal components will result in suboptimal electrochemical performance and increased heat generation, resulting in fire, explosion, toxic fumes, and leaking chemical liquids.

Whether the battery leverages a single pouch cell or several cells in a series, it is essential to maintain a constant stack-up pressure on all cells to ensure an optimized electrochemical reaction during the swelling of the battery.

Rogers offers battery pads to help process, material, and design engineers extend range while achieving safety targets, minimizing complexity, volume, weight, and other concerns in EV battery manufacturing, such as reliability, design flexibility, high process efficiency, and short cycle time.