Using 100% virgin tungsten carbide, our lithium battery cutting blade has a working life dozens times longer
than ordinary steel blades. Our cutting knife for lithium battery is with very good wear resistance, machining
precision and consistency between different batches.
Different in sizes, we can provide you quality circular slitting blades for cutting lithium battery. Whether you`re
looking for the standard sizes for battery producing industry or your own special customized specifications,
we can give you a solution. Please contact us to know more about our lithium battery cutting blade. Our cutting
knife for lithium battery includes standard upper knife and bottom knife.
Cutting Material: Lithium iron phosphate, lithium manganse oxide, cobalt oxide, ternary and so on.
Material: Ultrafine tungsten carbide powder
Working life: According to the cutting material, generally 80,000 meters to 300,000 meters.
Use: This product is used in lithium batteries pole piece cut.
Application Field: Automotive, Marine, Aerospace, Grid-Storage, Oil gas etc.
Characteristic of Circular Slitter Blades:
The lithium battery circular slitter blades are made of 100% tungsten carbide material
The raw materials are heat treated, vacuum treated, and the hardness is higher. Heat treatment in your own factory to ensure product stability.
The knife edge is sharp, smooth, sharp and durable, imported precision processing equipment can process a variety of non-standard products to ensure the precision of the products.
4.Long service life
Low friction coefficient and long service life, each blade detects inbound shipments, ensuring quality without worry.
Up & Bottom Slitting Knife Display:
Application of Circular Slitter Blades:
These blades are used for lithium battery pole piece cutting. The ultrafine particles of tungsten carbide sitting lithium iron phosphate, lithium manganese oxide, cobalt oxide, and other materials. Nishimura, Yakang. Lange, supporting, Hao can win, qixinghuachuang Supporting the sharp maxima, Dudley, models life can be divided according to the material, usually in the 80 thousand meters to 300 thousand meters range.