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Webinar: Serviceability of EV Battery Packs

Electric vehicle batteries, much like traditional combustion engine batteries need to be repaired or replaced as they age. As EVs are designed and rolled off the production line using more innovative materials for assembly, it becomes more complex to remove or repair battery pack components. This webinar will address serviceability of electric vehicle battery packs and different methods for assembly.

Serviceability of EV Battery Packs

What We Cover: 

  • What is battery serviceability and why does it matter?

  • The differences in serviceable versus non-serviceable EV battery packs.

  • Parker and LORD solutions for assembling battery packs.

  • End of life battery disassembly and recycling.

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Presenter: Nick Cupelli

Sr. Application Engineer 

Nick Cupelli is a Sr. Application Engineer for Parker LORD Corporation, started his professional career with LORD in 2015 after graduating from Pennsylvania State University. Nick began in the LORD Career Foundations Program and has held manufacturing, sourcing, business development, and research positions at LORD prior to his current position as an Application Engineer. For the last 2 years, Nick has been focused primarily on thermal management and adhesive applications for Electric Vehicles.