TEXMAC to demonstrate Compact R&D Coater at The Battery Show 2011
Novi, MI — October 25, 2011 — Today at the Suburban Collection Showplace on the first day of The Battery Show 2011, Advance Technology Group at TEXMAC Inc. will introduce their new line of equipment for production of advanced batteries and capacitors for R&D and Prototype productions. The series of equipment is called the TM Brand, consisting of equipment used throughout various processes of battery manufacturing; i.e. mixing, coating, roll pressing, slitting, winding, necking, welding, electrolyte filling and testing. These machines are offered in three (3) classes. They are:
"We have extensive experience in energy storage and knowledge gained through working with customers of various sizes. We saw the need for flexible and smaller machines for research centers and labs. The TM brand will strengthen our line-up of Battery Manufacturing Equipment for mass production, " said Kosuke Kato, General Manager at TEXMAC Inc. .
The featured product TEXMAC Inc. will be demonstrating at their booth B378 is a compact coater from TM Brand. This equipment is for coating substrate with chemicals to be used as electrodes in batteries and capacitors. For such a compact coater, this equipment is capable of handling both direct coating method and transfer print method, plus, as options, you can add extra width for the roller (50mm increments) and extra zones of dryer. Tension controller and EPC are equipped as standard.
|Metering Roll:||ø49mm x 250mm|
|Coating Roll:||ø72mm x 250mm|
|Back Roll:||ø72mm x 250mm|
|Coating Thickness:||8μ – Max. 300μ|
|Slurry Viscosity:||1,000CPS - 20,000CPS|
|Coating Method:||Comma Coating Head
(Direct / Transfer & Intermittent)
|Line Speed:||0.3m/min to 3.0m/min|
|Drying Method:||Hot Air|
|Unwinder/Winder:||Capable of handling 3" core EPC Equipped|
|Work Set/ Retrieval:||Mechanical Chuck|
|Max Wound Diameter:||φ300mm|
|Other features:||Digital Clearance Display, E-Stop, Safety Shield|
TEXMAC will also display panels discussing their equipment for mass production, used by several of companies exhibiting at the show. Staff on site can answer visitor’s question on either or both R&D equipment and production equipment.
The Lithium-Ion manufacturing equipment vendors TEXMAC Inc. represents includes but not limited to:
Asada Iron Works, Hirano Tecseed, Nippon Refine, Yuri Roll Machine, Ono Roll, Nishimura (NS Slitter), Kaido, Hitachi Setsubi Engineering (HISEC) and TM Brand.
TEXMAC was incorporated in 1974 and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ITOCHU Corporation which was founded in 1858 and is ranked among the Fortune Global 500. TEXMAC is a member of ITOCHU’s Aerospace & Industrial Systems Division. As such TEXMAC is able to draw upon the worldwide resources of our parent company to support the manufacturing technology needs of a diverse portfolio of industries. Some of the industries TEXMAC supports include: Photovoltaic, Battery, Printed Circuit Board, Synthetic Fibers, Packaging, Embroidery and Screen Printing. The focus industry of Advanced Technology Group are Advanced Battery and Solar Panels.
Kody Krady, 704-393-6556 (O),704-941-4974 (C)
Contact Kody for the photo of the product.
|TEXMAC Advance Technology Group||TEXMAC Inc|
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