Vernay Brings its Latest Innovations to the Battery Show Europe 2022

Vernay Laboratories, a leading global flow control solutions provider, will be exhibiting its latest innovations at The Battery Show Europe 2022. The event will take place in Stuttgart, Germany, 28-30 June 2022 (Booth 10-B91). 

“Vernay is excited to exhibit again in this important show in Europe. It is a great opportunity to network with key OEMs and to present our customer-oriented solutions in the battery world” said Martin Reef, Global Automotive Market Manager. 

During the show, Vernay will highlight its latest battery ventilation solution – Vernay VoltaVent™. VoltaVent™ is a multi- functional concept combining a protection zone that avoids humidity introduction during normal operation, a breathing zone for Over- and Underpressure relief when conditions in the battery pack exceed pre-set pressure thresholds, and an emergency pressure relief in case of a thermal runaway event. The valve reseals the battery pack immediately after pressure relief. 

Vernay offers more than 75 years of design and manufacturing expertise. The Vernay VoltaVent™ provides specific solutions to the challenges of battery pack ventilation and thermal runaway, fitting into our historic range of innovative solutions. Vernay also offers solutions for other environmentally-friendly automotive applications including braking, passenger comfort, coolant and temperature management systems and hydrogen supply fuel cell applications. 

Visit us at the Messe Stuttgart in Germany at Booth 10-B91 and speak with one of our technical sales managers about how Vernay can provide the right component solution for your next project.  

About Vernay Laboratories Inc. 

Vernay Laboratories has been a technology leader in the design, development, and manufacture of customized flow-control components since its founding in 1946. The company also formulates its own compounds to address each specific application. Vernay’s products play a vital role in millions of medical devices, automobiles, and consumer products. Today, the privately held firm produces more than 1 billion components per year, drawing from a library of more than 33,000 elastomeric materials and compound formulations. It operates five plants around the world, in the U.S., the Netherlands, Italy and China. For more information, visit