Abstract Superconductors with noncentrosymmetric crystal structures such as Li2T3B(T:Pd,Pt) have been the focus of in-depth research with their parity mixing nature. In this study, we focused our research on non-magnetic impurity effect in Li2T3B(T:Pd,Pt). The nature of the pair breaking by non-magnetic impurity in the parity mixing superconducting state is still unclear. We prepared different quality samples of Li2Pd3B and Li2Pt3B by changing conditions in synthesizing, and sample qualities were estimated by residual resistivity. Spin singlet dominant superconductor Li2Pd3B exhibits the weak Tc suppression attributed by non-magnetic impurity and defects, while Hc2 (0) value increased. This behavior is similar in ordinary s-wave superconductor. On the other hand, for the spin triplet dominant superconductor Li2Pt3B, it was suggested that the Cooper pair was broken and superconducting gap was decreased by non-magnetic impurities and defects. Li2Pt3B is similar to unconventional superconducting state.