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Leak-Testing for EV Batteries

Leak-testing expert INFICON Holding AG can help carmakers keep moisture out of electronic devices, including under-floor batteries for electric cars.
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Swiss-based leak-testing expert INFICON Holding AG can help carmakers keep moisture out of electronic devices, including under-floor batteries for electric cars.

Thomas Parker, INFICON’s automotive sales manager, explains how the company can address the same issue for the cameras and other sensors that enable self-driving cars to “see” their surroundings.

Click HERE to learn more about INFICON’s capabilities.

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