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How to choose the right dispensing system for battery pack bonding thermal interface materials

Sep 9 2019

Integral Update on Patent for Manufacturing Process of BiPolar Battery Plates

Aug 31 2019,533%22&OS=%2216/236,533%22&RS=%2216/236,533%22

Lead Batteries a Model of Circular Economy at D.C. Sustainability Summit

Aug 27 2019

Dawn of the Lead: Don’t call it a comeback, lead batteries have been here for 160 years

Aug 21 2019
Lead Battery science is here to stay!

PolyOne Corp. reaches deal to sell its Performance Products and Solutions unit for $775 million

Aug 19 2019
ElectriPlast/Surround is a specially engineered material for PolyOne, and furthers their commitment to invest into Surround.

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