Powering into production.
Having succeeded in creating a ground-breaking ceramic lead acid battery, the next stage has seen the development of a readily scaleable, fully automated manufacturing process.
New induction welding and vibration welding techniques have been successfully deployed for the first time in lead acid battery production.
Repeatable battery build performance has been achieved demonstrating the robustness of the processes developed and leading to the development of part automation of process to enable field trails to commence.
Ebonex are now commencing discussions with major OEMs and battery manufacturers, providing sample batches for test and evaluation. We believe that the Atraverda battery has the potential, due to the fewer components and simpler design to become more cost effective to make than conventional lead acid batteries.
With less weight, greater energy density and a flexible form factor, the Atraverda battery also offers significant advantages over conventional lead acid batteries to OEMs in areas such as remote temporary standby power, electric bicycles/electric scooters and personal mobility markets.
Compared to conventional lead/acid batteries, Atraverda’s ceramic alternative makes environmental as well as economic sense…