AMTE are launching a series of next generation products based on new chemistries and cell structures that are designed to provide innovation and superior performance in power delivery, energy performance, and safety.
These next generation products are developed to support markets where power, safety and challenging environments need new battery chemistries and cell performance. Our technical development and engineering excellence allow us to provide a step change in cell development and bring these to market to solve key power and energy challenges in some of the most technically advanced markets.
The Ultra High-Power product has been developed with the automotive industry. The key property of this cell is its ability to deliver power at a very high rate (>35C), consistently and without fault. The Ultra High-Power cell range is designed for high-performance hybrid vehicles and is now being included in a number of key automotive and motorsport programmes. Prototypes are available now.
The product is designed around the energy needs of the market and is available in 2170 cylindrical cell format. The cell is designed to give market-beating range and energy density optimising AMTE IP and that of our partners and, like all of our cells, is manufactured and supplied here in the UK. Prototypes are available now.
Sodium-ion chemistry delivers a high performance, inherently safe and cost-effective battery solution for key applications, including transportation, energy storage, back-up power and energy in remote locations. The key element to this chemistry is the fact that it has a safer thermal structure, now fast becoming a key factor to its predicted success, along with its ability to operate in a broad temperature range, and it is safe to transport. The product release date is due Q3-2022, with prototypes available now.
Our Ultra Prime cell is a non-rechargeable cell being designed with very high energy density and high-temperature performance for use in some of the most difficult environments. In addition to its high energy density and high-temperature performance in extreme operating environments, this cell also has a very low self-discharge ideal for use where temperature, access and potentially depth are key considerations. The product release date is due Q4-2023, with prototypes available now.