What’s In A Battery?

Batteries are made using various metals that are essential for their performance. Some key metals include Cobalt, Copper, Nickel, Lithium, Zinc, Manganese, Vanadium, Lead, and Graphite. Each metal plays a specific role in the battery:

  • Cobalt: Helps improve battery life and stability.
  • Copper: Used in electrical wiring and components.
  • Nickel: Enhances energy density and storage capacity.
  • Lithium: Provides high energy efficiency and capacity.
  • Zinc: Often used in rechargeable batteries for safety and stability.
  • Manganese: Improves energy storage and battery lifespan.
  • Vanadium: Used in high-capacity batteries for large-scale energy storage.
  • Lead: Commonly found in car batteries and provides reliable energy.
  • Graphite: Used as the anode material for its conductivity and stability.

These metals are critical for making batteries that power everything from smartphones to electric vehicles.

A Battery Metal’s Journey

Our secure system tracks every step of the metal’s journey from mine to market. This ensures that all data is accurate and protected.

Consumers, insurers, developers, and manufacturers can all trust our platform to provide a reliable record, and maintaining the integrity of the batteries in their car or home.

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Battery Lifecycle Unveiled

Your Window to Detailed Battery Analytics

Our SaaS platform provides an intuitive and easy to understand view of the life cycle analysis and analytics of large batteries.

LiTech is key for any business or consumer looking to:

  • See the history of a large battery. 
  • Understand the details of their battery purchase.
  • Help the circular battery economy.


How Does Your System Enhance Certification?

LiTech stores battery analytics on a secure platform, providing detailed information for certification. Our system creates an accurate and tamper-proof battery life history, providing confidence in information used for certification.

Why is Certification Important in the Battery Metal Supply Chain?

Certification ensures that battery metals are sourced responsibly, lifecycle and battery analytics is understood, and the batteries we buy become better. This guarantees a brighter future for batteries.

How Can I Ensure My Battery are Certified?

Contact LiTech to learn how our platform can be applied to your battery value chain, ensuring that your batteries are truly eco-friendly.

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