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In order to make the recycling or reusability of lithium-ion batteries economical, all processes must run with maximum efficiency. Since lithium-ion batteries and lithium-ion polymer batteries should never be fully discharged during their service life, it can be assumed that most batteries end up for disposal with residual capacity. Before the batteries are subjected to the actual recycling process, they must be fully discharged.
Disadvantages of conventional battery discharging
- The batteries or accumulators are not completely discharged in the process
- Batteries that are not fully discharged are dangerous (High Voltage, fire hazard)
- The residual energy is consumed needlessly instead of being returned to the power circuit
- The discharging process takes longer and is inefficient