Recycling Lines And Systems

Recycling System For Used Lithium Batteries

Our complete technological line for recycling lithium batteries offered by 3E Machinery is an excellent solution for the effective and safe processing of these waste materials. This line has been designed to separate electrode materials and other components using physical shredding methods, utilizing various sorting techniques, air separation methods, and a combined static and dynamic separation to recover valuable components.

The line's capacity ranges from 500 kg to 2000 kg per hour, allowing for the efficient processing of larger quantities of lithium batteries. This line can be used for recycling various types of batteries, such as lithium batteries, mobile device batteries, or electrode batteries.

Recycling System For Used Lithium Batteries

Equipment of the line includes

The equipment of the line includes a crusher, which is used for preliminary shredding. Inside the cutting chamber, there is an air passage, eliminating the risk of flammable gas accumulation and fire hazard during the crushing process. The shredding process takes place without discharging the batteries, allowing for the earlier recovery of the separator membrane. This also reduces the pressure during low-temperature pyrolysis and improves the quality of black powder.

The separation process includes both static and dynamic sorting, allowing for the separation of copper, aluminum foil, black powder, and separator membranes. This increases the recovery rate of black powder. The use of the unique crusher allows for effective separation of black powder, copper foil, and aluminum foil. Furthermore, these materials will undergo further processing to obtain particles, facilitating the separation process.

The line is equipped with a PLC system for automatic control, ensuring easy operation and maintenance.

Our complete technological line for recycling lithium batteries offered by our company includes crushing processes, special separation for aluminum granules, carbonization of black powder, and the washing process of separator membranes. This allows for the effective recovery of valuable components from lithium battery waste, minimizing environmental impact and contributing to sustainable development.

Recycling lithium batteries, cables, and other metal waste is crucial for environmental protection and sustainable development. Lithium batteries contain various harmful chemicals, such as lithium, cobalt, nickel, and other heavy metals. Improper disposal and storage of these batteries can lead to severe environmental pollution, including soil and groundwater contamination. Additionally, the resources contained in metal waste, such as copper and aluminum, are valuable and can be reused in the production process.

Recycling these waste materials allows for the recovery of valuable resources, the reduction of waste sent to landfills, and a decreased demand for extracting new resources from the Earth. It is a key process toward a closed-loop economy in which resources are used repeatedly, minimizing the negative environmental impact. Moreover, the recycling process of non-ferrous metals can also be cost-effective, as the recovered resources can be sold in the secondary market or used in production processes, contributing to revenue generation and reducing the costs associated with sourcing new raw materials.