Detecting Defects in Electrode Coatings to Reduce the Risk of Downstream Failures

Electrode coating defects can greatly affect battery performance and safety, and if not caught early, defects such as non-uniformity, scratches, and voids can result in costly downstream failures. The use of in-line metrology systems during the electrode manufacturing process ensures non-conforming materials do not proceed to cell assembly. In this webcast, we will discuss defect detection in electrode coating production and the important sensor characteristics which are needed to properly identify coating defects.

About the Presenter

Chris Burnett studied Physics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA/USA, and has held various positions at Thermo Fisher Scientific, including Director of Sensor Development and Manager of Systems Integration and Systems Production in the company's Flat Sheet Gauging business unit. With more than 25 years of experience, Chris currently helps drive solutions for the battery industry in his current role as Senior Field Marketing Manager.

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