Packaging material targets large-scale pouch Li-ion batteries

March 23, 2020 //By Julien Happich
batteries
Showa Denko Packaging, a consolidated subsidiary of Showa Denko K.K. (SDK), has developed a new product for its SPALF line of aluminium laminate films for packaging small-scale pouch type lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) and will install equipment to mass produce the new product, for large-scale LIBs and use in electric vehicles (EVs).

The new production facility is scheduled for operation in March 2021.
SPALF is a laminated composite film consisting of resins and aluminium foil, mainly used as packaging material for small-scale pouch type LIBs. SPALF enjoys a large global market share due to its superb insulation qualities and plasticity. It is more flexible for molding, more lightweight, and with better heat radiation characteristics than metal, so used as casing for small LIBs in devices such as smartphones and tablets. Recognized for its high quality with safety evaluations progressing, it is increasingly used in large-scale LIB applications, such as EVs. As the EV market is developing in China, following Europe, the Showa Denko Group has decided to install facilities to mass produce SPALF for large-scale LIBs.

Showa Denko K.K. - www.sdk.co.jp


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