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High Volume ManufacturingJul 27 2016
The above video shows our first production run utilizing this high volume process. We are continuing to improve our manufacturing capabilities.
Saltwater TestingJul 1 2016
Successful completion of a 90 day trial of ElectriPlast submerged in saltwater with a continuous electric current applied. This test is required for a customer with an underwater ocean application.
Advanced Battery ConceptsJun 6 2016
Mo Zeidan and Bob Pavlovic were at Advanced Battery Concepts for a successful week of ElectriPlast Bi-polar battery plate manufacturing.
Plate Production ABC Facility Testing
Plastics in Motion 2016May 11 2016
CEO, Doug Bathauer, attended the Plastics in Motion 2016 - Automotive Global Congress & Exhibit in Charleston, SC. The conference was well represented by engineers and executives from the automotive industry, Tier1, Tier2 and OEM. Several companies from the plastics industry were also in attendance.
Doug was the opening speaker this morning for Session 6, Specialty Materials and Additives. He spoke about ElectriPlast's bipolar battery technology as well as the use of conductive for automotive shielding applications. He had the opportunity to speak with many of those in attendance that had questions for him after the presentation.
Purdue University VisitMay 4 2016
Since the corporate move to Evansville, IN, the support from state and local officials has been tremendous. There is a focus here to grow and support industry, and business resources available in this area are abundant. Yesterday, a team from the Purdue University Technical Assistance Program were onsite in Evansville working with Integral on an ElectriPlast advanced manufacturing project.
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