Application Note: Managing the Energy Transition with New Vanadium Rechargeable Batteries
13 March 2013
The energy controversy moves society. Due to a lack of development, alternative energies cannot be made available to the broad masses. A small step in this direction is the development of new rechargeable batteries made of vanadium, which allow unlimited recharging cycles without wear. But as a prerequisite, the suitable processing of this special metal is required. As this application note demonstrates, the FRITSCH Cutting Mills and FRITSCH Planetary Ball Mills play a central part in research and development. These make a complex comminution of tough-metallic materials like for example vanadium possible.