Cell Cushioning

Compression pads are an essential component of effective, reliable electric vehicle batteries.

To help manufacturers ensure their battery packs allow controlled swelling and cells are protected from impact and movement, we continue to develop and deliver a comprehensive range of tapes designed specifically for bonding compression pads and cushioning materials to cells and modules.

Quin Dams
Market Segment Manager, Building & Construction
IHM, Performance Tapes Europe, Avery Dennison

Quin is passionate about technical building applications since he designed and built his family home back in 2012. Professionally, Quin held several positions as Product Manager responsible for the product life cycle of many technical applications related to the building environment, namely in Adhesives, Lighting and Plastics. He joined Performance Tapes Europe as a market segment manager for tape applications in the construction and industrial markets where he teams up with customers and R&D to achieve tape solutions that improve the installation performance and sustainability of buildings and related products and processes.


Application summary

Reliable, durable pressure-sensitive adhesive tapes to support electric vehicle battery protection


  • No cure time for immediate bond strength, acting both as a temporary assembly aid and holistic bonding solution
  • Full coverage adhesion between pouch cells and cushion foams and layers, obtainable with unique pressure-sensitive adhesives delivering requisite qualities
  • Flame-retardant and dielectric tapes available as required
  • Durable and resistant against external influences, such as high temperatures and pressures


  • Ensures electric vehicle battery safety and performance thanks to reliability (no slippage) and durability
  • Quick application thanks to innovative peel, tack and shear characteristics
  • Enhances manufacturing process productivity through improved usability and fast bonding



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