Carbon nanotube battery, supercap R&D company launched

Carbon nanotube battery, supercap R&D company launched

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A new battery research and development company is being launched today to commercialize carbon nanotube technology.
By Rich Pell

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3D Nano Batteries (West Palm Beach, FL) creates new battery products with its patented Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT) and scalable manufacturing process for integrating these materials into existing battery products. Its technology can deliver significant improvements in energy storage, power density and charging to boost power density and reduce costs for nano batteries and capacitors.

The initial markets are cell phones, laptops and tablets, for which a new division (CLT Nanobatteries) is being formed for outside investors. The company says the licensing model gives investors the opportunity to finance the first of many potential battery subsidiaries.

3DNB holds the global licensing rights to the 3D carbon ‘NanoSponge’ material for battery and capacitor use applications. The ‘sponge’ has high thermo-electrical properties that boost energy and power performance in cells with the safety of negligible heat transfer and can be used across multiple industries including the EV market, power tools, medical devices and wearable equipment. 

Through establishment of the 3DNB Lab Center, the company will work with industry leaders in the battery sector to provide new battery product prototypes.

www.3dnanobatteries.com

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