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Lower cost. Higher energy density. Faster charging.
Neocarbonix® at the Core design
has it all
Cell level cost. Neocarbonix Si-anode containing more than 50% Si paired with high-loading Neocarbonix LFP cathode with more than 4.5 mAh/cm2 areal capacity
Cell level energy density increase, achievable with Neocarbonix Si-anode containining more than 50% Si paired with high loading Ni-rich cathode with more than 5.5 mAh/cm2 areal capacity
Neocarbonix® silicon 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 silicon 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® at the Core 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 silicon 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® at the Core 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® at the Core 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® at the Core 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.
Moving faster towards cell optimization
Machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence (AI) that focuses on the use of data and algorithms to improve gradually through experience.
Over the past 10 years, we have created a vast database which our machine learning algorithms will leverage to drive higher-performance electrochemical designs. Machine learning also accelerates the forecasting of long-running experimental behavior, reducing the direct time-to-insight by up to 90%.
Through machine learning, we are able to accurately forecast manufacturing inputs to maximize target cell performance characteristics such as energy density, power density, fast charge time, and more. This process allows us to move faster as we improve overall cell performance and configure our technology for different applications.
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.