MoviTHERM & FLIR Discuss Battery Applications on Latest Podcast
The Thermal Review, a podcast about sensing, imaging, and automated advancements, recently featured Jerry Beeney, Global Business Director at Teledyne FLIR, for a discussion on infrared thermography and how it is impacting the lithium-ion battery lifecycle.
The Thermal Review is hosted by MoviTHERM's finest, David Bursell, VP of Business Development, and Markus Tarin, President and CEO. All three join together for a conversation regarding applications in every stage of the battery lifecycle, from battery development, manufacturing, storage, usage, recycling, and disposal.
Jerry Beeney, who has been working at Teledyne FLIR for over 15 years, focuses on markets and applications related to productivity and quality. Beeney shares how he has seen a growth in demand for high-end thermal cameras in manufacturing spaces working with lithium-ion batteries.
MoviTHERM utilizes Teledyne FLIR cameras to create advanced thermal solutions for a wide range of industries, which include: Automotive, Aerospace, Military and defense, Power Generation, Manufacturing, Packaging, and Waste Management.
"Since thermal cameras basically sense emitted thermal energy or changes in temperature, there's a significant number of areas throughout the battery life cycle where thermal imaging can support" shares, Jerry Beeney, in the latest episode of The Thermal Review.
For stages in the battery lifecycle where batteries aren't active and emitting heat, Markus Tarin shares his knowledge of Active Thermography and how MoviTHERM is using it to create battery inspection applications. By inspecting electrodes before they're packaged in a battery, defects that could later impair the battery's performance can be detected.
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