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Lower cost. Higher energy density. Faster charging.
Neocarbonix™ core design
has it all — and more
Neocarbonix™ delivers a cost reduction of 20% per KWh through a dramatic decrease of energy consumption during the manufacturing process. This is achieved through the use of low boiling point and non-toxic solvents made possible by our 3D carbon binding structure and much higher utilization rates for existing equipment. In addition, silicone dominant Neocarbonix™ anodes and high loading Ni-rich cathodes play a key role in cost reduction at a cell level.
High capacity Neocarbonix™ silicone dominant anodes paired with high loading Ni-rich cathodes boost cell energy density by 30% without compromising cell impedance and fast charging capabilities.
Neocarbonix™ silicone dominant anode design paired with highly conductive PVDF-free cathodes are critical for fast charging performance in energy cells. 80% charge in under 15 minutes is possible in high energy density cells (>900 Wh/L).
Neocarbonix™ electrodes are manufactured with standard roll-to-roll coating and calendering equipment, and can be produced in today’s factories.
Neocarbonix™ 3D carbon matrix improves cycle life of high loading cathodes and silicone dominant anodes, achieving 1000 cycles. Li-ion cells with Neocarbonix™ at the core exceed standard automotive battery cycling requirements.
Neocarbonix™ 3D carbon binding structure eliminates PVDF binder, and therefore NMP solvent, during the coating process. We replace these with non-toxic solvents requiring less energy in the drying process, leading to less CO2 emission during the manufacturing of li ion cells. In addition, Neocarbonix™ electrodes are designed to simplify the direct recycling process of cathode active materials.
NMP-free and PVDF-free electrodes
Neocarbonix™ cathodes do not require NMP solvent and PVDF binder during the wet coating process.
As a result, high loading cathodes with high electrical conductivity as well as high silicone content anodes are enabled by this technology.
A nanoscopic carbon-based binding mesh works as a conductive scaffold for the electrodes as well as a binding structure for active material particles.
The electrode structure is created via the coating process of a slurry, and the structure is formed during the slurry drying step with an engineered self assembly process.
Active material-agnostic and future-proof
Neocarbonix™ electrodes work with any active material in both conventional Li-Ion technologies as well as solid state batteries.
A cleaner battery for a cleaner future
Neocarbonix™ electrodes are designed to simplify the direct recycling process of cathode active materials, without the need of toxic solvents, making the recycling process more efficient and less energy-intensive.
The Neocarbonix™ NMP-free process enables the use of environmentally friendly solvents that require low energy during the drying process.
30% Reduction in
Less energy is required during the drying step of the coating process, leading to energy savings of 30% and reduced CO2 emissions during manufacturing.
An unusually flexible technology:
From batteries to ultracapacitors,
and from Li-ion to solid state
Cathodes for Li-Ion
Nanoramic specializes in technologies and material solutions based on nano-carbons. Nano-carbons have exceptional electrical, thermal and mechanical properties at the nano-scale level. We synthesize and incorporate nano-carbons in various materials and transfer these properties at the macroscale level, addressing major challenges in energy storage and thermal management.