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Upscaling Processes For New Battery Raw Materials From Laboratory Into Industrial Production
• Onejoon – a global player in the battery raw material processing
• Production equipment – a considerable factor for the batteries lifetime sustainability
• From lab into industrial size production: It takes broad process experience to define the right steps from lab through validation into production
• Kilns for Cathode Active material: Pusher and Roller kilns - challenges and advantages
• Kilns for Anode Material: choosing from a wide range of modular furnace solutions, customized to meet specific process requirements
• The right concept for the right process – Comparison between rotary furnaces, roller hearth furnaces, pusher furnaces and tube furnaces
• Experience matters: building a tight cooperation between the furnace builder and the raw material producer to reach a fast and smooth transition into large scale production
• Test center and Simulation: Combination of production scale tests and supporting CFD and FEM simulations for an efficient scale up
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Axel Weiand
Vice President New Business @Onejoon GmbH
Axel Weiand has been Vice President New Business of Onejoon GmbH since 2018. The company, formerly known as Eisenmann Thermal Solutions GmbH, has been acquired by Korean Onejoon Group in January 2020. It is a leading international supplier of industrial kilns and furnaces, with a main focus in battery materials processing, in the production of carbon fibre and in the processing and sintering of sinter metals and advanced ceramics. Prior to his current position, Axel Weiand has been on a two years assignment as Management Director of TELOS Global in Tennessee / USA, a Start Up of the Eisenmann Group in the area of Lightweight Materials. He has been in different positions within the Company since 1997. His Background is a Master of Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration. In his current position, his focus has been on the development of customized furnaces for the processing of new battery raw materials.