The energy industry encompasses the production, distribution, and consumption of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, nuclear power, and renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric power. The industry is focused on ensuring a reliable and affordable supply of energy to meet the world's growing demand. Energy production requires high-quality materials that can withstand extreme conditions, and metal powders play an essential role in meeting these requirements.

Why Powders?

Metal powders are used in various energy applications such as batteries, fuel cells, solar cells, and supercapacitors. For example, metal powders such as nickel, cobalt, and iron are used in rechargeable batteries to improve their energy density and performance. Powder metallurgy is also used to produce components for power generation equipment, such as gas turbines and steam turbines, where high temperature and corrosion resistance are critical factors. 

ATO Lab Plus ultrasonic metal powder atomizers can produce high quality metal powders with a controlled particle size distribution, which is essential to achieving the desired properties in energy applications. ATO metal powders have excellent flowability, sphericity and purity, making them ideal for use in high performance energy applications. 

The alloys used in the power industry depend on the application. For example, nickel-based alloys are used in gas turbine components for their high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance, while copper and its alloys are used in electrical components such as transformers and motors.

Examples of Metal powder applications
in Energy industry


In order to increase the energy density and cycle life of battery electrodes, metal powders like nickel, cobalt, and iron are used in their production.

Solar cells

To increase the durability and electrical conductivity of solar cell components, metal powders like silicon, copper, and aluminum are used in their manufacture.

Energy storage

Metal powders are used in the production of supercapacitors, which store energy electrostatically and are used in applications such as electric vehicles and renewable energy systems.

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