Battery technology is projected to grow at a rate of at least 8 percent for the next ten years, and for this reason, companies are going to be looking to increase production further. This projected growth is the direct result of a global push toward green energies and technologies. Improving preparation times when making the cathodes for batteries results in improved equipment efficiency, and fewer bottlenecks for battery manufacturers giving them a competitive advantage in today’s ever-evolving market.
Processall’s plow mixing technology offers battery manufacturers a leg up on the competition. Listed below are some of the benefits of moving
toward plow mixing technologies for battery manufacturers.
- High-speed mixing capability ensures the homogeneity of the metal powders and increased rates of production
- Due to the high level of customization of the mixers, Processall units can eliminate multi-unit blending
- Ability to mix metals powders together with an optional flame-retardant system able to be added to the mixer preventing the possibilities of metallic dust fires and explosions
- Reduced need for multistep blending operations for making the cathode paste
Thermal jackets allow for optimal temperature controls when making the cathode paste
Processall maintains a fully equipped testing facility in Cincinnati, Ohio designed to provide customers with the data they need to develop their process, evaluate equipment, scale up, and identify the necessary equipment to maintain desired production volumes. We extend an open invitation to all potential customers to bring their products to our test center and get a “hands-on” experience with our technology and capabilities.
We also maintain a rental fleet that customers can utilize to do further testing at their facility or employ to minimize their startup costs for a new process.
Please feel free to contact us with all your material processing questions and our experienced industry professionals will help you find the right mixing solutions for your particular application.