Battery-grade Lithium Carbonate
Widely used in the production of lithium battery cathode and electrolyte, battery-grade lithium carbonate is also an important raw material in the nuclear industry and in the products such as Al-Li alloy, special glass, etc. Applications include laptop, mobile phone, power bank, electric car, plasma TV, etc.
Industrial-grade Lithium Carbonate
Often used in the smelting of lithium, special glass, ceramics, glaze, electronics and other industries, industrial-grade lithium carbonate can also be converted into a series of lithium compounds such as protective slag, lithium fluoride, lithium bromide, lithium hydroxide monohydrate. Applications include ceramic, color glaze, optical glass, quartz glass tube, etc.
Battery-grade Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate
Battery-grade lithium hydroxide are mainly used to produce the cathode material of lithium-ion battery and other high-purity lithium compounds. The low impurities feature of mineral-based hydroxide produced by us is particularly advantageous when it comes to manufacturing of cathode matetials.
Industrial-grade Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate
Industrial-grade lithium hydroxide is mainly used as an important additive for lithium-based greases, alkaline batteries, corrosion-resistant octyl dyes, etc., and also as a carbon dioxide adsorbent. Applications include lubricants, adsorbents, alkaline batteries, etc.
Lithium Chloride Anhydrous
Lithium chloride is mainly used in the production of lithium metal, polyphenylene sulfide, aluminum welding machine, air conditioning dehumidifier and special cement raw materials. In addition, it is also used in the battery industry to produce battery electrolytes etc. Applications include battery electrolyte, oil well cement, etc.
Lithium metal is commonly used in atomic energy, aerospace, aluminum alloy, lithium batteries, controlled nuclear fusion reactors, military industry, synthetic rubber and pharmaceutical industries. Applications include aviation military equipment, aluminum-lithium alloys, pharmaceuticals, etc.