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XING Mobility Dives into American Market with Immersion Cooling Tech at CES 2024

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XING Mobility, a name buzzing in the EV battery world, is strutting its stuff at CES 2024. Picture these folks: they cut their teeth at Tesla and Panasonic and have been honing their craft since 2015. They’re bringing something unique to the table – Immersion Cooling technology, an approach that’s shaking up the traditional battery thermal management scene.

Here’s the nuts and bolts of it: XING’s Cell-to-Chassis (CTC) design. It’s not a one-size-fits-all; it’s tailored for passenger and commercial vehicles alike. The cool bit? Literally. They dunk battery cells in a special dielectric fluid. Think of it as a cozy bath for batteries, but instead of bubbles, it’s all about optimal heat transfer.

Now, let’s talk about the heavy hitters at CES 2024. First up, the IMMERSIO™ Cell-to-Pack (CTP) architecture. It’s a powerhouse, boasting up to 200 Wh/kg in gravitational energy density and 400 Wh/L in volumetric energy density. What does that mean? More juice for passenger vehicles without hogging space.


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Then there’s the IMMERSIO™ XM25 Battery System. This is the first mass-produced immersion cooling battery pack. It’s not just a prototype; it’s out there, ready for vehicles and Energy Storage Systems (ESS). Plus, it’s been through the wringer in tests and came out shining.

Safety? XING‘s got that covered. They put an IMMERSIO™ battery pack through a three-nail penetration test at 100% charge. The result? No fire. This is big news in battery safety.

XING’s not just showing off at CES. They’re eyeing the American market, backed by investments from Kubota and the U.S. government’s focus on clean energy. They’re looking for U.S. partners to spread their tech across various sectors.

Royce YC Hong, the big kahuna at XING, says they’re bringing a safer, more stable battery option to the global market. Ida Wu, the General Manager, echoes this, highlighting the potential of their technology in sustainable mobility.

If you’re at CES, check out XING at Booth 6857 in the West Hall. Also, catch Ida Wu at the “The Future of EV Batteries is Big” seminar on January 10.

In the backdrop of all this, it’s worth noting XING Mobility’s roots. They’ve been around since 2015, starting in Taiwan. Their IMMERSIO tech isn’t just for show; it’s patented and globally recognized. They’ve got a diverse portfolio, from vehicle electrification to energy storage systems.

The IMMERSIO™ CTP Solution is a testament to their innovation. It’s adaptable, whether it’s for sedans or trucks, and offers rapid charging – less than 15 minutes from 20-80% SoC. Its immersion cooling tech is a game-changer, efficiently managing heat and preventing thermal runaway.

But XING doesn’t just stop at product development. They work closely with customers, ensuring their products meet specific needs. This customer-centric approach extends from initial discussions to real-world performance monitoring.

So, what’s the takeaway? XING Mobility is not just another player in the EV battery space. They’re bringing something different to the table with their immersion cooling technology. It’s not just about power and efficiency; it’s about safety and adaptability. They’re set to make a splash in the EV battery market, and CES 2024 is just the beginning.

Sunita Somvanshi

With over two decades of dedicated service in the state environmental ministry, this seasoned professional has cultivated a discerning perspective on the intricate interplay between environmental considerations and diverse industries. Sunita is armed with a keen eye for pivotal details, her extensive experience uniquely positions her to offer insightful commentary on topics ranging from business sustainability and global trade's environmental impact to fostering partnerships, optimizing freight and transport for ecological efficiency, and delving into the realms of thermal management, logistics, carbon credits, and energy transition. Through her writing, she not only imparts valuable knowledge but also provides a nuanced understanding of how businesses can harmonize with environmental imperatives, making her a crucial voice in the discourse on sustainable practices and the future of industry.

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