Nyobolt battery company will develop new tungsten material application to improve battery technology!
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The rapid development of the new energy industry is inseparable from the continuous improvement of battery technology. The editor learned that Nyobolt Limited, a tungsten-intensive fast-charging lithium-ion battery company, used tungsten material in the anode of the battery, opening the door to new technologies. The editor has sorted out the specific advantages of this technology, welcome to continue reading.
[From Wikipedia] Tungsten (Pinyin: wū, phonetic: ㄨ, Cantonese: wu1, the same sound as “house”; English: Tungsten), is a chemical element, its chemical symbol is W (from German: Wolfram), The atomic number is 74 and the atomic weight is 183.84 u.
Tungsten is a very hard, steel gray to white transition metal. In nature, tungsten mostly exists in the form of compounds with other elements, not alone.
Tungsten is extremely stable, with the second highest melting point of all elements at 3422°C (6192 °F, 3695 K) and the highest boiling point at 5660°C (10706 °F, 6203 K). The density is 19.25 g·cm−3, which is comparable to that of uranium and gold, and 1.7 times higher than that of lead. Polycrystalline tungsten itself is hard and brittle (under standard conditions, when not combined with other substances), making it difficult to process and use. However, pure single crystal tungsten is ductile and can be cut with a hacksaw.
Why did the editor put the properties of tungsten out first? Because these characteristics are the advantages of tungsten as a new material for lithium-ion battery anodes. Nyobolt’s unique niobium and tungsten-based anode systems have demonstrated superior performance to other lithium-ion anode technologies.
[The specific advantages of the new technology are as follows]
1. Can reach over 90% charging rate within 5 minutes;
2. Higher input power density: 10 times the power solves the problem of endurance anxiety and allows the use of smaller and lighter batteries;
3. Longer durability: 10 times more durability, reducing the total cost of ownership for battery life;
4. Higher safety: wider temperature performance and lower fire risk;
These advantages enable new battery applications and lead to an enhanced customer experience. Examples include enabling high-performance industrial vehicles, automation (robotics), consumer appliances, cordless tools, stationary storage, and mobile fast charging.
This unique battery technology from Nyobolt has also received investment from HCS, the Western leader in the global tungsten recycling industry; and tungsten supply from HCS.
Even in terms of cathode technology, there is a technical complement to HCS: the R&D specialists at HCS have extensive experience in the development of cathode coatings.
In addition to being one of the world leaders in tungsten powder production and tungsten scrap recycling, HCS also has an industrial-grade in-house laboratory. This in-house laboratory provides companies with elemental analysis of battery materials, as well as any chemical and physical properties of inorganic powders. In other words, Nyobolt also received support from HCS’ manufacturing technology and infrastructure.
So what to do with the battery after use?
Recycling is of course, and Nyobolt has a lot of support from HCS’s recycling capabilities; including in their innovative and environmentally friendly black matter recycling technology.
When it comes to recycle, we have to mention Zesheng’s NMP exhaust gas recovery system, which creates an NMP circular economy for lithium-ion batteries.
Just like HCS, our team have rich experiences to customize NMP recovery solution for lithium-ion battery factory, so that the lithium-ion battery factory can avoid from environmental pollution, resource waste and other problems.Please contact with our team for details. Regarding more new knowledge about lithium batteries, welcome to follow us continually.