Surwon Technology Develops Graphene Layered Lithium-ion Battery
December 01, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsSurwon Technology, the Hong Kong based research and development firm, continues to make significant inroads into the development of a next generation lithium-ion battery, powered by the performance enhancing attributes of layered graphene engineering.
Lithium-ion batteries have become the chosen power source for devices whose functional capacities demand an electronic charge to retain and replenish at much higher efficiencies than legacy fuel cell technologies.
As the realms of possibility for the advancement of technological applications extends beyond what is feasible with current battery power capabilities, Surwon Technology has identified the components of graphene as the material most likely to propel the way consumers and businesses power their evolving consumption preferences.
"Lithium-ion batteries have without doubt changed the way consumers, businesses and medical practices operate. The ability to replenish charge at speed whilst conducting power over longer durations has been the major catalyst for the explosive growth in the smart-device and automotive sectors," commented Surwon Technology's Chief Technology Officer.
"However in an ever evolving market place, the capacity we have enjoyed through the era of lithium-ion development has seemingly reach its peak, as application development is becoming restricted by the limitations of power source technologies."
"Here at Surwon Technology, our team of developers has been working at the atomic level with graphene material, and incorporating its unique properties through a layering process with conforming nanoparticles to facilitate a greatly improved flow of lithium-ions through the charging and usage cycle of a battery."
"The output efficiency levels of our layering process has demonstrated a significant improvement on existing battery technologies. In addition to this, the layering of different nanoparticles produces a change in the overall conductive performance of a cell. With this in mind, we now have the ability to customize battery performance to create a seamless alignment with the usage preferences of a wide range of application requirements."
With a more robust power source available to developers of electronically dependent applications, graphene layered battery technologies are being incorporated into the research and development programs of leading automotive companies as they pursue the opportunity scope presented by the rapidly advancing market for electronically powered vehicles.