During the production of lithium ion batteries many different airborne contaminants are generated that can affect the health of workers. Ensuring that these airborne contaminants are removed and captured from your facility is critical to the safe operation of your production facility.
The most critical environmental item to be controlled in battery production facilities is relative humidity, sometimes as low as a dew point temperature of -70º celsius. In order to maintain this level, the rooms must be sealed to prevent the introduction of any moisture. For lithium Ion battery cells clean materials account for 85% of that pack process materials cost. Reducing contamination through all stages of the manufacturing process will significantly increase the yield, which has been known to be 50% when contaminant levels are not controlled properly. Increased yield and better performing cells will foster the market’s acceptance of this new technology. Improving and maintaining air class inside the building will increase yield and produce better performing cells this will improve productivity and promote faster adaptation of this transport mode.
Different types of lithium-ion batteries use different chemistries and have different performance, cost, and safety characteristics. The cells of a lithium-ion battery contain separators that keep the anodes and cathodes, or positive and negative poles, from touching each other. If a piece of metal gets too close to the separator, it can puncture the separator and cause a short circuit. Controlling the air quality during the manufacturing process reduces this costly contamination, increases yield and assures that a quality product will make its way to the user. Camfil clean air solutions will protect your processes by reducing the airborne contaminants that foul or short circuit cells. Yield is increased and a quality product is packaged for the user
During the production of Lithium-ion batteries different particulates, gases and toxins are created that can cause a risk to both the people within your factory and external stakeholders. Ensuring that the health of all stakeholders is properly addressed will ensure a safe working environment. Camfil clean air solutions can help to capture and remove these potentially harmful contaminants in the air to ensure a safe and clean working environment.
Reducing energy costs and becoming “Net Carbon Zero” is a key initiative of many of the worlds leading brands. Did you know that HVAC systems can equate to over 50% of your total energy consumption and of this 30% can be directly related to the air filter? Camfil clean air solutions are designed to ensure your plant is energy optimised without compromising on air quality.
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