For the lithium-ion batteries market, sieving anode powder materials to get specific size distributions is an integral part of producing the performance demanded by the market. The size of the powders being used in battery cells is continuing to decrease because smaller particles have shown to have better conductivity and more particles can fit into the smaller limited spaces. Elcan has been helping companies separate anode materials at fine sizes using our advanced Hi-Sifter and Elbow Jet separation equipment. To screen separate anode materials like graphite, carbon black, lithium titanate and silicon powders requiring a tight particle distribution, that efficiency is unachievable on conventional equipment.
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