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Schenck Process introduces battery cell feeder

Schenck Process, which provides bulk materials handling solutions, has introduced a feeding mechanism for battery electrode production. The modular feeding system works for continuous and batch battery mass manufacturing.

CS+, a loss-in-weight feeding device for component dosing in battery manufacture, restricts dust emissions with a uniform containment approach, reducing manufacturing hazards. CS+ has a customizable modular architecture and can handle capacities from 1 liter per hour up to 5,500 liters per hour. For varied outputs and modes, the system comes in two sizes. Its motorized lift arm makes CS+ easy to clean and a metallic contact between the feeding screw and discharge pipe reduces contamination risk.

“CS+ fits seamlessly into plant concepts that rely on a consistent containment concept to limit dust emissions,” the company said.

Source: Schenck Process

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