NAURA New Energy to launch new coater and all-in-one for slitting and calender
OFweek | Posted: 21 Jun 2017, 09:20
Beijing, Jun. 12, 2017 NAURA New Energy, a leading lithium battery equipment supplier, has developed online testing high precision coater and all-in-one of calender and slitting for Li-ion Battery manufacturing, which have been accepted by joint test of customers and leading Li-ion battery manufacturer in China, technical characteristics has reached the international advanced level.
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