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Custom Battery Pack Potting Process

Anton Beck
Written by Anton Beck
Posted on December 14, 2017 at 3:27 PM

This blog post provides a quick overview of what is involved in the battery pack potting process. Battery potting can greatly aid in stability and help to optimize the performance of your finished custom battery pack. Potting materials are used to provide mechanical reinforcement to housed-assemblies and to protect components against exposure to harmful chemicals, moisture, mechanical shock and vibrations, and other hazards.

Some additional benefits of using battery potting include low cost shells, hermetic like seal, and good electrical insulation.


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Battery Potting Compound Material

The most common types of battery potting compounds consist of polyurethane, acrylic, epoxy resin, and silicone. Each material is varied in hardness from very soft to hard and rigid, and is designed to withstand many different types of environments.

Battery Potting Process

Depiction of potting compounds being added during the battery potting process.


Topics: Battery Packs


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