3D-CT examinations allow non-destructive, detailed insights into the interior of battery cells:
They provide the basis for a targeted improvement of materials and processes in electrode and cell production
Are part of the development of new test methods for the battery industry
Can be used in cases of damage (post-mortem) and for quality assurance of new batteries
Range of services
Analysis of lithium-ion cells and other cell types
Scans of individual battery components as well as full cells
Measurement of cells before and after cyclisation ((de-)charging profile)
All cell formats, e.g. round cells, pouch cells or prismatic designs
Further order analyses according to customer requirements
3-D X-ray computed tomography scanner with 300 KV microfocus tube and detail recognition up to 1 μm (suitable especially for larger cells and entire battery modules) and a nanofocus tube with detail recognition of 0.5 μm (model GE Phoenix v | tome | x 300)
Data processing with Datos reconstruction software - the entire image volume is reconstructed in 3D and the projection of the cell is aligned according to the three spatial directions x y z
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