PVDF Granule Lithium Battery
Introduction of PVDF Powder Lithium Battery FR905 PVDF resins are polymers currently widely used by Li-ion battery manufacturers as binder material, especially in cathodes. PVDF requires NMP (N Methyl 2-pyrrolidone) as a solvent and offers the possibility of high voltage operation. PVDF is also...
PVDF resins are polymers currently widely used by Li-ion battery manufacturers as binder material, especially in cathodes. PVDF requires NMP (N Methyl 2-pyrrolidone) as a solvent and offers the possibility of high voltage operation. PVDF is also electrochemically stable in contact with electrolyte mixtures. Targray has established a leading supply partner to offer Li-ion battery manufacturers a portfolio of PVDF options.
Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) resin is the homopolymer of Vinylidene Fluoride. Targray offers a range of PVDF materials with differing properties that allow you to maximize the performance of your particular cell. PVDF powder is a raw material, however, the following are benefits of the PVDF binder:
Excellent resistance to adverse weather conditions over a wide range of temperatures
Excellent mechanical strength
Outstanding chemical resistance
Good processing performance and workability
ASTM D 3418
No foreign matter
Loss on drying
PVDF resins have good thermostability at the temperature below 310℃. However, it will decompose into the toxic
hydrogen fluoride and fluorocarbon if it is idle for a long time at the temperature between 310～ 320℃. It is not suggested
to use PVDF resin at temperature higher than370℃ because this will accelerate the decomposition velocity in such
an environment. Besides, please keep in mind that PVDF resin will release toxic hydrogen fluoride and fluorocarbon when it burns