Recycling and treatment of waste lithium-ion batteries, waste lithium battery recycling and treatment technology equipment produ
Lithium batteries are primary batteries that use lithium metal or lithium alloy as the anode material and use non-aqueous electrolyte solution. Unlike storage b...
Lithium batteries are primary batteries that use lithium metal or lithium alloy as the anode material and use non-aqueous electrolyte solution. Unlike storage batteries, which are lithium-ion batteries and lithium-ion polymer batteries, all kinds of materials in lithium batteries have high reuse rate, so the waste lithium batteries have high reuse value. The recycling of waste lithium batteries not only saves energy,Lithium battery recycling but also the treatment of waste lithium batteries usually includes discharge, pyrolysis, cutting and crushing.
The recycling treatment of used lithium-ion batteries is aimed at separating and extracting valuable metals from them for reuse, alleviating the shortage of resources such as cobalt, nickel and copper, and reducing environmental pollution. The recovery of valuable metals from used lithium-ion batteries is mainly divided into battery pretreatment and recovery and purification of valuable metals. The battery pretreatment process includes deep discharge, crushing and physical separation. Battery pretreatment is the premise of efficient recovery of valuable metal materials,battery production line the current deep discharge method is mainly immersion.
The production line of waste lithium battery recycling and treatment equipment is connected in turn by the following main equipment: feed conveyor, crusher, pulverizer, distributing bin, pumping system (material blower), tumbler screen (with cyclone unloader), cyclone unloader, blower, screw conveyor, pulverizer, linear vibrating screen, pulse dust collector. The whole recycling process realizes industrial automation, labeling machine high recycling efficiency and strong processing capacity.
Lithium-ion batteries are commonly used as power sources for cell phones, laptops, cameras, audio products, power tools and electric vehicles. With the development and application of lithium-ion battery technology, a large amount of lithium-ion battery waste will be generated. Because lithium-ion battery electrolytes have a strong odor and evaporate quickly, it is important to recycle and treat waste lithium-ion batteries.