XING Mobility will make its debut at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2024), January 9th to 12th in Las Vegas, where the company will showcase its IMMERSIO Cell-to-Pack (CTP) immersion cooling battery system for electric vehicles.
Already in commercial production, IMMERSIO features a gravimetric energy density of up to 200Wh/kg and the highest volumetric energy density worldwide — reaching 400Wh/L. This first-ever-achieved specification reduces range anxiety for EV drivers.
The innovative design allows for fewer battery modules, reducing the overall weight of the battery while retaining precise thermal management coordination. This enhances the overall energy density of the battery system and extends the lifespan of the cells.
Its manufacturing process has undergone rigorous testing in reliability, environmental, vibration, and leakage, ensuring the battery’s highest quality stability, safety, and efficient power output.
XING will also showcase a real sample and video of the successful challenge of the most rigorous and complex three-nail penetration safety test at 100% State-of-Charge in lithium battery safety testing. The thermal runaway was contained by the immersion cooling battery system, and no fire propagation occurred. The test demonstrated the unparalleled safety and stability of immersion cooling technology.
This advanced technology can control the temperature of the punctured and surrounded batteries within 30 seconds, actively suppressing thermal runaway and restoring the temperature around the battery to normal levels within 20 seconds.
“XING Mobility, with its exclusive immersion cooling battery technology and products, makes its debut at CES 2024, officially marking our entry into the American market,” said Royce YC Hong, co-founder and CEO of XING Mobility. “We are committed to providing a safer and more stable choice for battery thermal management to the global market, rewriting the safety norm for industrial electrification, and realizing a globally high-efficiency sustainable future.”
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