What are the types of waste battery recycling?

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2012-07-23 17:19

The recycling of waste batteries is a good thing for the country and the people. It not only protects our environment from being infringed by heavy metals in waste batteries, but also saves the waste of resources. Reasonable recycling is the development direction that should be respected in today's society. However, people do not know much about all kinds of batteries. Let me introduce to you the general category and application category of batteries, as well as the matters we should pay attention.

Batteries are first divided into rechargeable secondary batteries and non-rechargeable disposable batteries from a large overview, and then divided into several categories from a chemical point of view, lithium-ion batteries, nickel batteries, lead-acid batteries, and disposable dry batteries. The following is the specific distinction between batteries, which are all distinguished from the perspective of chemical materials. First of all, lithium batteries are divided into lithium cobaltate materials, ternary materials, lithium manganate materials, lithium iron phosphate materials, etc. Nickel batteries are divided into nickel-hydrogen batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, nickel-zinc batteries, etc. Lead-acid batteries are not distinguished from materials, and disposable dry batteries are divided into alkaline batteries and carbon batteries. From the use function, it is divided into mobile phone battery, notebook computer battery, flashlight battery, digital product battery, electric vehicle power battery, mobile power supply, etc., nickel battery is divided into digital product battery, lead-acid battery is divided into starting battery, mainly used for starting and lighting of automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, diesel engines, etc. Fixed battery: mainly used for communication, power plant and computer system as backup power supply for protection and automatic control; traction battery: mainly used for power supply of various battery cars, forklifts, forklifts, etc.; railway battery: mainly used for starting and lighting power of railway diesel locomotives, electric locomotives, passenger cars; energy storage battery: mainly used for power generation such as wind power and solar energy. Disposable dry batteries can be used for flashlights, toys, quartz clocks, remote controls, digital cameras, radios, and so on.

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