Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition key component in battery pre pilot line

At the opening of the battery pre pilot line from Dutch research organization Holst Centre, where research on optimizing different components for next-gen batteries. In addition, it made clear that Holst Centre relies on spatial ALD to connect all these different components together, optimizing the interfaces between the different components.  

According to Holst Centre: ‘We use our thin-film expertise to enhance lithium battery performance. With interfacial engineering we can improve the safety and lifespan of existing lithium-ion technologies. By using spatial Atomic Layer Deposition (sALD) we can optimize the interface between the electrodes and the electrolyte materials in many different battery designs and cell chemistries.’  

Text continues below video 

The Holst Centre and Kalpana Systems closely collaborate on the topic of thin films. With product analyses, the Holst Centre enables us to improve equipment performance. Besides this, we also collaborate as ecosystem partners in shaping the battery ecosystem in the Netherlands with the collaboration in the National Growth Fund (‘Nationaal Groeifonds’) and Battery trade missions to various OEMs and cell manufacturers.

Do you want to share this article?

More news

Revolution for batteries and solar cells

Kalpana receives an investment of €550,000 from proof-of-concept fund UNIIQ and a small group of private investors.

National Growth Fund proposal granted

The National Growth Fund granted around €800 million to the proposal by the Battery Competence Cluster-NL, a collaboration which Kalpana Systems is part of.

The future of batteries according to Sweden – Innovation Mission Sweden

Kalpana Systems joined the RVO Innovation Mission Sweden, exploring collaboration with Sweden in the field of next-gen battery systems.