Redline Detection Launches BEV Division

Redline Detection Launches BEV Division | THE SHOPRedline Detection has launched a new division of the company that has engineered diagnostic leak detection technology exclusively for battery electric vehicles, the company announced.

Speaking at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Redline Detection CMO Alex Parker said that the company has partnered with a yet-to-be-named OEM.

“The wide adoption of electric vehicles hinges upon safety and reliability. Redline has partnered with leading EV automakers to develop technology that gives 100% assurance that battery cases and battery coolant systems are sealed under precise pressures and meet all OEM and battery manufacturer warranty standards for safety,” said Parker.

The Battery + Coolant Leak Detector (BCLD) was designed to test the integrity of battery enclosures in electric and hybrid vehicles. Testing the integrity of battery enclosures is necessary to ensure that there is no possible intrusion of water, dust or contaminants that could cause catastrophic failure.

Redline has also opened a dedicated EV Technology Center in Orange, California for ongoing battery testing, research and technician education. The space can be used for both in-person and virtual technical demonstrations.

“The future of automotive technology is evolving quickly and Redline technology is at the forefront of these exciting changes, supporting the engineers and technicians who use our technology to ensure peak performance. Redline is the trusted world’s leader across traditionally aspirated, boosted, and now electric vehicle diagnostic leak detection technology,” said Parker.

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