In introducing ED Ni foil battery materials, Targray leads a paradigm shift in the lithium ion battery manufacturing industry. ED Ni foil boasts a number of benefits over traditional copper or rolled nickel foil battery materials, including a thickness range of 4um to 50um, width capabilities up to 1000mm, superior tensile strength, exceptional anti-corrosive properties and excellent acid and heat resistance, as well as etching abilities.
ED Ni foil is used in a variety of high-energy, low-power lithium ion battery applications including cellphones, laptops and retail electronics, as well as higher-level applications, which include supercapacitors. Nickel foil is also magnetic and can be used as electromagnetic interference material; for example as shielding tape for various electronic devices and as conductive tape. While the practice of using electrodeposited nickel foil has been in place for years, Targray is offering a more robust and tailored approach to providing this material to its partners.
“Innovation is the precursor to sustainable change and by offering a more technologically-superior material for lithium ion battery manufacturers, we’re seeking to usher in a new standard for quality in this industry,” notes Karen Richardson, Sales Manager for Targray’s Battery Division. “Electrodeposited nickel foil is a great leap forward for our lithium ion product offerings and one that we’re confident our manufacturing customers will appreciate.”
As a B2B supplier of lithium ion battery materials, Targray offers a full range of lithium ion battery and supercapacitor materials, such as anode (graphite), cathode (LFP, NCA, LMO, LMNO, LCO, NMC), separators (PE, PP and ceramic coated), electrolytes, binders (PVDF and SBR), Al, Ni and Cu (rolled and ED) foils, tabs (made to spec, with or without film), cans, Al laminated pouch material, etched Al foil and coated cathode and anode electrodes.