Natrion is commercializing a new plug-and-play battery component called LISIC for battery OEMs that can be rapidly implemented into their existing production lines to mitigate fire risk, improve durability, and enable the use of new high energy capacity chemistries.
The current use of liquid solutions in batteries prevents the mass adoption of EVs. Solid state batteries can enable this future, but there currently are no commercially viable examples existing, as they are impossible to produce at the scale and cost necessary for OEMs.
Natrion’s product, LISIC, is a solid-state electrolyte component that can directly replace and eliminate the volatile liquids in battery cells. LISIC has been designed specifically to be easily implemented into manufacturing processes currently used by the largest EV battery producers, and as a result requires no process or cell design modifications.
Natrion currently has a patent issued and provisional patents protecting LISIC, both composition and process of producing. Along with this, addition fillings including a liquid wetting agent called M3, and Li-metal battery design.
The primary focus initially for Natrion has been targeting the automotive industry, battery OEMs, as well as aerial and naval use cases through the Department of Defense.
LISIC can meet all necessary safety requirements, performance metrics, and integrate with future chemistries pushed for within the battery industry. LISIC also allows Natrion to be a component supplier to OEMs as LISIC can quickly integrate into current roll to roll production used today.
Natrion will sell LISIC as a Tier 1 component supplier to battery manufacturers. LISIC will generate revenue of $32,980,724.08 per GWh of battery production supplied.
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