BIRMINGHAM, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--INFICON, one of the world's leading developers of leak-detection equipment for the auto industry, has released a white paper on the importance of leak testing electric-vehicle (EV) battery systems. “Electric Cars: Requirements and Leak Testing Methods for Assuring Quality” notes that batteries are critical-wear parts on electric vehicles and also are potentially dangerous. “The market for electric vehicles is expanding,” says Thomas Parker, INFICON’s North Am
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