Showcasing Thermal and Electrical Management Materials

At Battery Cells and Systems Expo

Update 17th June 2021

Following the Government announcement that the re-opening of COVID19 restrictions has been delayed, Battery Cells and Systems has been postponed until June 2022. Although this is very disappointing, we understand the decision.

We apologise to our customers and clients who had specifically requested to meet us at the event and review our thermal management materials.  Over the coming weeks we will be devising a safe and effective way to showcase our materials to ensure our customers have access to the materials and solutions that enable them to make breakthroughs within advanced battery development.

Developments within advanced battery and vehicle electrification continue to build momentum at a rapid pace within the UK and across the globe. Our recent advancements in thermal and electrical management material technology demonstrates our commitment to being at the forefront of innovation and a partner that is trusted to deliver smart solutions that meet the ever-evolving challenges within this dynamic sector.  

Tecman is committed to a programme of continued innovation and investment within thermal and electrical material technology to ensure our customer partners benefit from the most advanced, cutting edge materials available.

Watch this space for further information…

Kevin Porter

Technical Director


Battery cells and systems expo announcement 

Tecman is thrilled to announce we will be exhibiting at the Battery Cells and Systems Expo on the 7th- 8th July 2021 at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham.

We invite you to visit us on stand 18-434 to discover our innovative range of thermal and electrical management materials and discuss how we can support your current or future advanced battery development projects. Click here to register for free.

Battery Cells and Systems Expo is a free-to-attend exhibition and conference focusing on advanced battery and vehicle electrification. This exciting event brings the entire world of battery manufacturing and integration together in the heart of UK manufacturing, Birmingham.

Strategic Approach to Automotive Battery Development

Automotive Battery development is accelerating at an incredible pace, receiving significant investment across the industry and central government. The latest government commitment to ban the sale of straight ICE powered vehicles by 2030 adding further pressure on the rapid development of battery technology.

We have a long track record of supplying thermal management materials into the consumer electronics industry, which have been honed and finetuned through use in billions of devices. These cutting-edge materials and technologies have the ability to solve a lot of challenges that automotive battery engineers face today.

Here's a taste of what to expect from Tecman:

Showcasing Advanced Thermal and Electrical Management Materials

Tecman will be showcasing our recent advancements in adhesive tape technology, including thermally conductive high-performance tape, plus our range of thermal and electrical management materials for battery development. We are also demonstrating how our strategic approach to customer challenges applies innovation in both material development and product configuration to develop intelligent solutions that add tangible value aligned with specific requirements.

Our portfolio of advanced thermal and electrical management materials includes natural and synthetic graphite, double-sided and single-sided foils, and thermally conductive high-performance acrylic foam tape.

Interested? Register here and see you there!


Tecman Advanced Material Engineers, part of the Tecman Group, is a leading converter and manufacturer of advanced materials, with over 25 years’ experience in providing smart solutions and value-added components to manufacturing companies across the globe.

Innovation is at the heart of Tecman’s approach, and the company’s knowledge, skills and expertise in material selection and engineering constantly breaks new ground.

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