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Donaldson to showcase venting solutions at The Battery Show Europe in Stuttgart

Donaldson will be exhibiting its venting and industrial air expertise at The Battery Show Europe in Stuttgart, Germany, 23–25 May 2023.

The company will showcase its dual-stage flex battery vent, designed to enhance the protection, lifespan and reliability of automotive battery packs in electric and hybrid vehicles.

Donaldson will present 'Key Considerations for Battery Vent Design' on Tuesday 23 May 2023, at 11:00am, followed by an introduction to the dual-stage flex battery vent, which is designed to ensure pressure equalization and low-pressure emergency degassing for enhanced EV battery pack protection.

Donaldson's dual-stage flex battery vent. -

In line with the ongoing advancements in fuel cell technology, Donaldson will also present solutions for cathode intake air filtration, ePTFE membranes, and battery and fuel cell venting at The Battery Show Europe.

Donaldson will also exhibit its clean air solutions specifically designed for the unique manufacturing requirements of electric and hybrid vehicle technologies, from the safe handling of explosive and hazardous dust to meeting the ISO 8573-1 standards for CO2-free compressed air.

Across the three-day event, Donaldson's industrial filtration specialists will be available to address individual clean air challenges and discuss Air Drying and Dust and Fume filtration solutions aimed at ensuring the quality and integrity of manufacturing operations.

“We eagerly anticipate the opportunity at The Battery Show Europe to meet with integrators and manufacturers, engaging in fruitful discussions on how we can collaborate to optimize their projects and processes," says Jorge Loera, Donaldson EMEA Sales Director. “Our goal is to ensure that visitors leave our booth with unwavering confidence, knowing they can rely on our expertise to provide genuine peace of mind regarding their industrial-scale clean air solutions.”

Donaldson will be in Hall 10, Stand C-41 in Messe Stuttgart.