Commercially available Ampcera™ solid-state electrolyte materials include sulfides (e.g. Argyrodite, LGPS, LPS, LSPS, etc.), garnet-structure oxides (e.g. LLZO with various dopants), NASICON-type phosphates (LAGP and LATP).
These products can be ordered through MSE Supplies (msesupplies.com).
Superior performance sulfide and oxide solid-state electrolyte materials can be manufactured by Ampcera at industrial scale with a significant cost advantage over its competition.
Proprietary solid-state electrolyte materials, composite flexible membranes and manufacturing technology under development by Ampcera are only available for testing and joint development with strategic partners and investors.
TUCSON, Ariz., June 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ampcera Inc., an innovator in solid electrolyte technologies, today announced a low-cost flexible solid electrolyte (SE) membrane technology for solid-state batteries (SSBs). This new technology marks another leap forward in the commercialization of next-generation SSBs. Unlike conventional lithium ion batteries (LIBs) that include a flammable liquid or gel polymer electrolyte, SSBs use a safe SE and promise to double the driving range of electric vehicles when loaded with the same weight of batteries.
Performance and cost are the bottlenecks in the commercialization of SE technology and SSBs. To address them, Ampcera has been developing a scalable SE technology, and has filed multiple U.S. patent applications and an international PCT patent application on its flexible SE membranes, a low-cost manufacturing method, and the corresponding SSBs.
NOVI, Mich., Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — At The Battery Show North America 2019, Ampcera Inc. today announced its new patent-pending roll-to-roll manufacturing technology for solid-state electrolytes used in higher energy density and safer solid-state batteries for electric vehicles and other applications.
The new roll-to-roll manufacturing technology allows continuous production of flexible solid-state electrolyte membranes, which can be directly integrated into solid-state lithium batteries with minimal changes to the industry standard production. The flexible solid-state electrolyte membranes produced by this technology are made of Ampcera’s proprietary solid-state electrolyte composites, and have a reported thickness of 50 microns or thinner and a room temperature lithium ionic conductivity of 0.5 mS/cm.