The abbreviation “EV” stands for “electric vehicle.” EVs are automobiles that run entirely or mostly on electricity.
Electric vehicles are particularly environmentally friendly because they consume little to no fossil fuels, have fewer moving components that need to be maintained, and have minimal operating expenses (petrol or diesel).
Rechargeable batteries are used in battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid electric vehicles to power their electric motors (HEV). Hundreds or thousands of individual lithium-ion cells or pouches make up EV batteries.
Lead acid batteries must be vented in order to let these gases out and avoid pressure from building up inside the battery. This is accomplished through a vent cover on the battery’s top that permits gases to pass through.
Rapid overpressure release in an electric car battery pack is made possible by Battery Vent Valves.
Powerful battery packs are getting stronger and producing more heat. New safety features are being incorporated by OEMs to lessen the impact of heat events.
The Global EV battery venting unit market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The quick-venting battery deflation mechanism is still being developed by KACO.
The quick-venting modular solution for battery deflation has been improved by KACO. The items come with a customizable breathing membrane and both reversible and irreversible solutions.
Rapid emergency venting is required to relieve pressure in the compromised battery portion in the event of an unintended fault in the traction battery of an EV or hybrid.
The maximum needed venting cross-section must be closed again tightly after the pressure spike, or the emergency venting must open irreversibly, permanently releasing the venting cross-section, depending on client specifications.
In order for the battery to function normally, there must also be constant pressure equalisation.KACO provides the necessary tools for immediate emergency venting of traction batteries as well as ongoing pressure equalisation.
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