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22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Roller hearth kilns equipped with silicon carbide elements have been the standard for the calcination process in cathode production for many years. But what if a rotary kiln would be a better option? Kanthal would like to challenge the status quo.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

To drive the world’s energy transition, we need at least a hundred times more battery capacity than we have today. However, for batteries to be part of a greener future, we need to rethink how they are sourced, manufactured and recycled. So says Y. Shirley Meng, a professor of molecular engineering at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

As demand for electric vehicles grows exponentially, the battery market has never been hotter. But what if electric vehicles are just the start of a battery-powered future?

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Lithium-ion batteries are in greater demand than ever. As more lithium refineries spring up around the world, we take a deep dive into the potential benefits – and challenges – of replacing gas-fired heating with electric heating solutions.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Carbon emissions, volatile energy prices, growing energy demand. These are just some of the challenges that energy efficiency can help solve in the fight for more sustainable business operations.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

The lithium-ion battery industry’s climate footprint has come under scrutiny as world demand for fossil-free batteries soars. As legislators and customers alike demand a clean production chain, a good start is to replace fossil fuels in the production process with electricity wherever possible.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

It’s often said that fortune favors the brave – that risk takers are more likely to succeed than their cautious counterparts. When it comes to investing in new technology, does this maxim hold true? While there’s no simple answer, business leaders agree that seeking new opportunities is vital to success.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

The global energy crisis could make an even stronger case for transitioning to electric heating technology for lithium refining heating processes, especially in the long run.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

For battery makers to offer fossil-free lithium-ion batteries to the electric car industry, every part of the manufacturing must be made climate-neutral, including heating processes. Kanthal Senior Sales Executive Miran Kwon has seen a clear shift in focus among customers toward considering their carbon footprint.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

When leading furnace manufacturer OneJoon needs a partner to deliver the right electric heating system for its kilns and furnaces, it turns to Kanthal. The two have been collaborating for decades across a broad range of industries. Next up, OneJoon has its sights set on the lithium-ion sector.

Notizie

21 gen 2021 , Notizie

Il 1 gennaio 2018 Kanthal ha acquisito l'azienda privata Custom Electric Manufacturing Co., con sede a Wixom, Michigan, Stati Uniti. L'azienda è leader nella produzione di elementi riscaldanti di prima fornitura e di ricambio nel Nord America.

20 gen 2020 , Notizie
19 ott 2019 , Notizie
19 ott 2019 , Notizie

Comunicati stampa

21 ago 2021 , Comunicato stampa

Dove sarebbe il mondo oggi senza la tecnologia di riscaldo elettrico? Per celebrare il suo 90° anniversario, il fornitore svedese di tecnologia di riscaldo Kanthal ha prodotto un breve documentario che mette in luce come i materiali elettricamente resistivi e le soluzioni di riscaldo hanno contribuito a plasmare la società moderna.

21 mag 2021 , Comunicato stampa
20 set 2020 , Comunicato stampa

In primo piano

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Roller hearth kilns equipped with silicon carbide elements have been the standard for the calcination process in cathode production for many years. But what if a rotary kiln would be a better option? Kanthal would like to challenge the status quo.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

To drive the world’s energy transition, we need at least a hundred times more battery capacity than we have today. However, for batteries to be part of a greener future, we need to rethink how they are sourced, manufactured and recycled. So says Y. Shirley Meng, a professor of molecular engineering at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

As demand for electric vehicles grows exponentially, the battery market has never been hotter. But what if electric vehicles are just the start of a battery-powered future?

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Lithium-ion batteries are in greater demand than ever. As more lithium refineries spring up around the world, we take a deep dive into the potential benefits – and challenges – of replacing gas-fired heating with electric heating solutions.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

Carbon emissions, volatile energy prices, growing energy demand. These are just some of the challenges that energy efficiency can help solve in the fight for more sustainable business operations.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

The lithium-ion battery industry’s climate footprint has come under scrutiny as world demand for fossil-free batteries soars. As legislators and customers alike demand a clean production chain, a good start is to replace fossil fuels in the production process with electricity wherever possible.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

It’s often said that fortune favors the brave – that risk takers are more likely to succeed than their cautious counterparts. When it comes to investing in new technology, does this maxim hold true? While there’s no simple answer, business leaders agree that seeking new opportunities is vital to success.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

The global energy crisis could make an even stronger case for transitioning to electric heating technology for lithium refining heating processes, especially in the long run.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

For battery makers to offer fossil-free lithium-ion batteries to the electric car industry, every part of the manufacturing must be made climate-neutral, including heating processes. Kanthal Senior Sales Executive Miran Kwon has seen a clear shift in focus among customers toward considering their carbon footprint.

22 set 2022 , In primo piano

When leading furnace manufacturer OneJoon needs a partner to deliver the right electric heating system for its kilns and furnaces, it turns to Kanthal. The two have been collaborating for decades across a broad range of industries. Next up, OneJoon has its sights set on the lithium-ion sector.

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