New Filter Press for Lithium-Ion Battery Cell Production in automotive industry
High-capacity, sustainably produced and cost-effective batteries are indispensable for the future of global electromobility, especially for the electrification of transport systems. The so-called battery cell forms the heart of every battery, which also accounts for the largest part of the added value. Both rechargeable battery cells, which are used in the mobility sector, and stationary power storage units in the energy sector ensure a constantly increasing demand for batteries with the highest storage density and reliability. However, the production of battery cells of the highest quality requires considerable technological competence. Because only if the battery can convince in price and performance will its use in the automotive sector, in particular, increase permanently.
At the same time, MSE has also upgraded itself for electromobility and deepened its expertise in battery technology. The goal: To develop, build and market a machine that is industrially competitive for the production and recycling of lithium-ion batteries. In order to meet the high filtration requirements for the production of lithium-ion batteries, an independent filter press line was developed. This series of filter presses is intended to set the international benchmark and stand out for its high performance at competitive prices, long service life and fully automatic operation, as well as sustainable and environmentally friendly production conditions.
Riccardo Rumé, Technical Manager of MSE Filterpressen GmbH, explains: „We want to further strengthen our global market position and become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of special filter presses for the production and recycling of lithium-ion batteries. For this reason, we will invest in the development of competence and enter into partnerships over the next few years. This is important in order to shape future developments and thus ensure performance, costs and quality.“
MSE has already secured its first major order. For further information and details on the new filter press evolution, please click here.