Replacing existing Batteries with New Nano Technology 

·     Batteries devices store electrical energy by converting it to chemical energy, to be released slowly at a later time. In rechargeable batteries, this chemical process is reversible, allowing the battery to be reused many times. They are important to many areas of technology, including transport, portable electronics, medical devices, power tools, and storage of electricity produced by intermittent renewable sources (wind, solar, etc).  They are made from layers of different materials, which enable the electrochemical storage of electricity – minimum requirements: an anode (positive electrode), cathode (negative electrode), and electrolyte.

The Challenge: To boost performance and reduce cost

·      Cathode powders have great potential to change battery performance. It is a quarter of the cost of a typical battery cell. Savings is from the cost of raw materials and processing while boosting capacity, charge and cycling with Nano carbon. 


·     New Nano carbon battery and storage for military applications such as Unmanned ground vehicles, missiles and torpedoes that rely on sophisticated battery systems for propulsion and control to achieve their mission 

·     Improved power and energy performance. A multi-cell battery ensures electrical continuity, mechanical stability, and adequate thermal management. 

·     Reduce weight of the batteries needed to provide adequate power. 

·     Frequency Level  20-80 Hz +3 dB/octave, 80-350 Hz XXX g2/Hz (dependent on chemistry and storage  350-2000 Hz -3 dB/octave. Weight advantage over existing battery solutions - 65% of weight savings over a typical 72 hour mission.

·     The battery is  rugged design  for various commercial and military applications.

·      ATTP nanotechnology battery is  small enough to be able to work in laptops and other small persnal electronics.