Kason Technology Co., Ltd. was established in 2010, and is a subsidiary of Guangdong Yixinfeng Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. We are a national high-tech enterprise that specializes in the front-end and back-end production of new energy lithium battery cells integrating technology R&D, manufacturing and sales services, as well as related precision CNC machining.
Our main products are Electrode Making Machine, High Speed Slitting Machine, High Speed Die Cutting Machine, Electrode Making Equipment, Electrode Cutting Machine, Lithium Battery Equipment, Lithium-ion Cell Manufacturing, Battery Fabrication Equipment, Laser Die Cutting Machine, Lithium Ion Battery Machine, Lithium Battery Machine, Cells Making Machine, Pouch Cell Manufacturing, Battery Lamination, Cell Stacking Machine, Pouch Battery Assembly, Hard Pack Battery Making Machine, Hard Pack Battery Production Equipment, etc
The first stage of the battery assembly process is the construction of an electrode sub-assembly in which the separator is sandwiched between the anode and cathode. Depending on the type of battery housing to be used, two basic electrode structures are used, one is a stacked structure for square batteries and the other is a spiral winding structure for cylindrical batteries.
The first stage of battery manufacturing is the manufacture of positive and negative electrodes. The main processes involved are: mixing, coating, calendering, slitting, electrode fabrication (including die-cutting and tab soldering). The equipment used in this stage is: mixer, coating machine, roller press, slitting machine, electrode manufacturing machine and so on.
Front end equipment for battery production includes mixer, coater, Slitter, etc; Middle end equipment includes winding machine, laminating machine, liquid injection machine, etc; The back-end equipment includes chemical forming cabinet, volume dividing cabinet, testing equipment, pack automation equipment, etc.
The manufacturing of batteries can generally be divided into four main steps: Initial quality control and electrode production. Battery pack assembly. Drying, electrolyte filling, formatting, aging and sorting. Assemble the battery into a battery.
The most common connection technologies are ultrasonic welding, wire bonding, force fit, tin welding, laser beam welding and resistance welding.
In the finished battery, plastic seals, steel nails and metal tops and bottoms are added. The nails are welded to the bottom of the metal and extend through the anode to two-thirds of the jar. During entry into the tank, welds to the metal end cap and then passes through the plastic seal.