Hypercharge Technology’s focus is predominantly within the chemistry and system engineering process. We take a universal approach to our design and research to ensure compatibility across our battery design range.
Universal approach to fast charging
Coated layered nanoparticles, embedded in organic conductive matrix
Proprietary compounds for enhanced stability and safety
High voltage capability, enhanced safety with dendrite prevention
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, automated optimization of material compounds
Thin layer coating, optimized for ultra-fast charging thermal management
Dynamic charging profiles with real time voltage management
97 granted and
55 pending patents
Why Flash Battery technology is the future?
Battery is fully charged in minutes
Innovative formulation optimized for
Cycle life Energy density Safety
Proprietary organic compounds combined with nano-materials, based on strong artificial intelligence and machine learning
Scalable production, utilizing existing manufacturing facilities with minor modifications
- Nano Materials: High electrochemical energy nano-particles as active material is important for high electrochemical activity and are designed to increase conductivity. nano-particles enable ultra-fast charging and higher storage density.
- Organic Binders: Proprietary anode binder used to adhere particles of active materials and conductive additives; optimized to have low impedance to current flow.
- Organic Electrode Additives: Proprietary organic compound additives in the electrodes reduce mechanical strain and prevent undesired side reactions between the electrode and electrolyte.
- Organic Electrolyte Additives: Tailored electrolyte additives provide metalloid anodes increased surface and bulk stabilities, improving long-term cycling and calendar life.
- Formation process: enables stable solid electrolyte interphase (SEI) for preventing irreversible consumption of electrolyte and lithium ions.
Using nano-materials and organic compounds
coated in a very thin layer of up to 10 microns
Nano size active materials that enable ultra fast Li ion diffusion
Anode cross section
Thin layer electrodes which consist of high electrical conductivity matrix with high capacity
Addressing Si Challenges
Cell design should include
- High current
- HLow resistance
- HUnique formation
The cell should avoid
- Dendrite formation
- Swelling of the active materials
At the system level
- Cells assembled in the pack must be balanced and have low resistance
- Extreme-fast charging should work well under low temperatures