New Productive Forces: Intelligent Manufacturing Capability of Industrial Integration
Release Date:2024-05-07

For many years, Narada has embarked on a journey of innovation, leveraging new technologies, new industries, and fresh talents to drive the high-quality development of the new energy industry, continuously practicing the concept of new productive forces.

Intelligent Manufacturing Capability of Industrial Integration

The greatest practical applications of new productive forces stem from the new industrialization characterized by the integration of digital and physical technologies.

Thermal simulation, AI automatic inspection, MW-level energy storage system testing platforms, and digital twin technologies... At Narada's nine production bases, every production line is connected with new productive forces. From the initial material inspection to the final product shipment, everything is managed through our systematic platform.

Currently, Narada produces one energy storage system direct current cabin every eight days. Each system undergoes over 500+ test and control procedures before going offline, with the safety failure rate of single battery cells reduced to one in a billion, achieving GWh-level high-quality delivery.

At the Narada Lithium Battery Production Center located in Hangzhou, more than 1200 sets of automated equipment are connected to an intelligent platform, with the automation detection rate of key processes nearing 100%. With the help of digital and intelligent transformation, the production center has reduced operational costs by 25%, decreased energy consumption by 45%, and increased labor productivity by 100%.

In the Lithium Battery Production Center in Jieshou, Anhui, various digital management tools and device data collection technologies can automatically aggregate and analyze data. Production metrics are displayed through reports, cockpits, and 3D data twin modeling, accessible via computer and mobile devices, allowing managers to monitor key performance indicators in real-time from anywhere.

The new productive force not only enhances production efficiency but also extends innovative concepts to every aspect of Narada's supply chain, intelligently re-engineering processes in product design, testing, and manufacturing.

"The iteration cycle for energy storage products is now very rapid, possibly less than a year. The previous 5 to 6 years' new product testing and development cycle simply cannot keep up with today’s pace," said Xiaoping Yu, President of the Energy Storage Research Institute at the company. "Intelligent simulation and testing platforms play a crucial role in product development."

Temperature control and thermal management are key factors in ensuring the safety and extending the lifespan of energy storage systems. Narada’s R&D team utilizes thermal simulation technology to model the entire energy storage system. By calculating airflow and temperature fields, the team designs and optimizes the air ducts of the energy storage system, developing a reasonable thermal management design scheme for the system.

Xiaoping Yu stated, "Thermal simulation analysis can realistically simulate the thermal distribution of energy storage systems. By conducting thermal simulation and analysis at the product design stage, we can determine the temperature distribution of the product, effectively verify the rationality of the thermal design, thus enhancing the product's reliability and shortening the development cycle."

To perfect the factory acceptance testing conditions for large-scale energy storage systems and achieve full inspection pre-shipment, Narada has also invested in constructing a MW-level energy storage system testing platform, serving as a carrier for system testing and project debugging.

The platform accomplishes full coverage of various testing projects, including charge-discharge cycle testing, control strategy operation debugging, battery system type testing, communication debugging, and protective function testing. It supports the simultaneous execution of multiple testing projects, significantly reducing the factory testing process and enhancing the delivery rate and equipment utilization of energy storage products.

The recycling and utilization of waste lithium batteries is key to building an integrated energy storage industry. Focusing on the common challenges in the waste lithium battery recycling industry, Narada has independently developed key technologies for the fully automated live disassembly and precise sorting of waste lithium batteries, and has established a complete production line, achieving an organic solvent removal rate of over 99% and a recovery rate of anode electrode active materials over 99%.

"The company has also developed a leaching and purification process, applying bipolar membrane electrodialysis technology on a large scale for the first time in the lithium battery recycling industry, efficiently producing battery-grade lithium salts, nickel salts, and cobalt salts," introduced Haotian Zhu, General Manager of the recycling subsidiary of Narada. "The comprehensive recycling utilization rate of HuaBo New Material lithium batteries has reached 98%."

In the future, Narada will accelerate the pace of digital and real integration, create stronger new productive force, and continue to create higher value for customers.


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