The importance of correct battery thermal management to be championed at the Battery Show this May

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From 23 to 25 May 2023, Grayson Thermal Systems (GTS) will showcase its heating and cooling solutions at this year’s Battery Show Europe in Stuttgart, Germany on stand 10-A84, including its range of advanced Battery Thermal Management Systems (BTMS).

It comes as the drive to decarbonise fleets of large commercial vehicles is accelerating battery-powered mobility across every segment of transportation. This shift to battery technology, however, is also creating a new challenge for OEMs and operators: How to precisely regulate battery temperature.

Be it rail, buses and coaches, heavy-good vehicles, off-highway vehicles or static energy storage units, large battery stacks required to power these applications need substantial cooling to prevent thermal runaway and stop premature degradation.

Since launching its first-generation BTMS in 2015, GTS has been a pioneer in the field of battery regulation. Now, the company will exhibit its third-generation BTMS range at this month’s Battery Show, showcasing the results of eight years of battery thermal management expertise, development and production.

On stand 10-A84 will be the BTMS Compact and BTMS Split models, designed to optimise the service life of high-value, large-capacity traction battery packs through intelligent and efficient heating and cooling regulation.

BTMS Gen3 Compact
The GEN3 Compact will be one of two models on show from the GTS Battery Thermal Management System range

Built for installations where space is at a premium, the lightweight (55kg) single unit GEN3 Compact boasts a small footprint while capable of delivering up to 5.8kW cooling at 40°C ambient and up to 5kW of water heating (with the option to deliver up to 35kW of heat with a remote GTS heater).

Alongside the GEN3 Compact, GTS will also be exhibiting the GEN3 Split. With its condenser assembly separate from the chiller, pump and controls unit, the BTMS Split provides OEMs with packaging flexibility while delivering up to 11.5kW cooling at 40°C ambient, along with the same impressive heating capacity as the GEN3 Compact.

In addition to its BTMS range, the heating and cooling specialists will also exhibit its tried, tested and trusted electric water pumps.

The Battery Show Europe 2023 will also see GTS introduce the industry to a fresh new look for the 45-year-old brand, following its new website launch at the start of the year.

To arrange a time to meet with a Grayson Thermal Systems expert on stand 10-A84, please contact us today.

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