Are you part of the steady global acceleration of energy storage research? Battery research and production is growing rapidly, and the race for the best performing solutions requires investments in R&D for innovative materials used in battery components. With this driving demand in analytical solutions, make sure your lab is positioned to achieve the highest product performance and quality, using trusted materials characterization instrumentation.
Materials characterization plays an essential role in achieving the highest product performance and quality which had led to a growing demand for reliable analytical solutions. Confidently test your battery chemicals and components for the composition and end-performance standards you require. Prevent failure by performing tests such as degradation analysis and impurity control. What's more, additional support and informatics services are available to keep your laboratory up and running, helping to meet fast-paced changes and requirements across all end-market applications.
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Our comprehensive battery materials analysis product portfolio has the flexibility to support ongoing innovation and keep up with your lab‘s ever-changing requirements providing the chemical and material analysis you need to innovate better batteries for safety, performance, power, longevity, scale and weight.
Simplify and accelerate your battery parts analysis for highest productivity. Confidently and reliably test your battery components and cells to the performance standards that you require. Learn more about Impurity Investigation, Degradation Analysis and Storage Management.
Analyze Lithium compounds and other essential REE inputs to the manufacturing process to improve end-of-life processes. Identify chemicals and materials including metals and plastics for easier and cleaner separation for recycling. And improve environmental monitoring of off-gassing and toxic elements in landfill.
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