WEIMA ELECTRIC Joining hands with Morimatsu Heavy Industry and PGT to help LiPF6 Technology Going abroad

2024-05-30 15:13:23

Profile of Morimatsu (Jiangsu) Heavy Industry Co., Ltd.

Morimatsu (Jiangsu) Heavy Industry Co., Ltd established in Jiangsu Province in 2007 was the largest investment project of MORIMATSU INDUSTRY CO., LTD in China. As a subsidiary of Morimatsu International Holdings Limited (stock code: 2155. HK), it is an internationally leading provider of core process equipment and integrated engineering solutions and its customer base includes leading domestic and international enterprises from multiple industries such as oil and gas, chemical, power battery raw material and environmental materials.

Introduction of PGT(Pro-Green Tech Co., Ltd.)

PGT is a manufacturer located in South Korean who produces precision chemical products such as active pharmaceutical ingredients, cosmetic additives, and special paper dyes. In 2022, it achieved sales of 40.1 billion Korean won with a profit of 3.4 billion Korean won. In last April, they attracted 36.2 billion Korean won of “Series C” investment and signed a 95 billion Korean won investment agreement for lithium battery electrolyte production with Gunsan City, Jeollabuk do in January, 2024.

 Project Introduction

On June 13, 2023, Morimatsu Heavy Industry officially signed a contract with South Korean company PGT (Pro-Green Tech Co., Ltd.) for the 5000 ton lithium hexafluorophosphate project in its Shanghai headquarters office! This marks an important step in the cooperation between the two sides, and also marks the first time that Morimatsu lithium hexafluorophosphate technology has gone abroad to begin this technology promotion globally.

In August 2022, PGT began its contact with Morimatsu Heavy Industry and planned to build lithium hexafluorophosphate facilities overseas which coincided with the development strategy of Morimatsu Heavy Industry. After many rounds of negotiations and 10 months of in-depth research and consultation, both parties have finally successfully signed the contract.

TECO-Westinghouse Motor


A large number of pumps and equipped electric motors used in the project need to be purchased in which the metering pumps and magnetic pumps were provided by two pump factories located in Liaoning and Zhejiang respectively. Due to the application site located in North America, the motors equipped with these pumps need to comply with the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards. WEIMA ELECTRIC recommended the most cost-effective NEMA explosion-proof motor model AEHH8N produced by TECO to Morimatsu.

TECO-Westinghouse Motor

*NEMA Standard: The NEMA standard is a standard published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, primarily used to regulate the design and performance of electrical products. These standards include but are not limited to the specifications, performance and testing methods of enameled wire, as well as the safety and performance of electrical equipment. The NEMA standard is not a mandatory standard, but due to its authority and wide acceptance, it is widely used in the wire and cable and electrical equipment industries. The NEMA standard enameled wire is an important part of the NEMA standard which is used to regulate the size, material, temperature resistance level, electrical performance and other aspects of enameled wire. It is an important basis for formulating enameled wire product standards.

In addition, the NEMA standard also includes various safety and performance testing standards for electrical equipment, such as performance requirements and testing methods for flame-retardant wires and cables and mineral insulated cables. The NEMA testing standard is a comprehensive and strict standard system that not only ensures the safety and performance of electrical equipment, but also provides guidance and basis for the installation and maintenance.

In specific applications, it is important to be noted that there may be differences between the NEMA standards and other standards of other countries and regions, so caution should be taken when adopting the NEMA standards.