Choosing the most suitable lithium battery for your vehicle has become, today more than ever, a complex task. This is why Flash Battery helps us to identify which “chemistries” are most suitable for the electrification of the most diverse types of applications.
Lithium batteries involve the electrification of an increasingly wide range of applications. While initially involving telephones, computers and small tooling applications, these elements have gradually evolved and are now finding massive application in hybrid or ‘full-electric’ vehicles.
In fact, more and more manufacturers of industrial machines and electric vehicles are turning to this technology for the electric transition of their fleets, in a wide variety of sectors, from construction machinery to aerial platforms, from logistics to ‘material handling’, from agriculture to airport vehicles and shipping. Lithium batteries, however, are not all the same. There are many elements that combine to create the most suitable solution for a specific application.
Flash Battery examined the six main types of lithium batteries and the relative chemistries used in their manufacture in an interesting article. In this excerpt, we obviously focus on the one that is most interesting for our area of expertise.