Forge Nano Inc., a fast growing technology company, has a business development position open at its Louisville Colorado Global Headquarters Account Development Manager Forge Nano Inc., is seeking an exceptional individual for an exciting new role as Account Development Manager. Reporting to the Vice President Business Development and Sales, the Account Development Manager will [...]
Forge Nano to Present at International Conference on Advanced Lithium Batteries for Automobile Applications (ABAA-10) on October 22 – 25, 2017 in Chicago, IL.
Barbara Hughes, Ph.D., Research Scientist at Forge Nano will present her poster Manufacturing of Low Cost Nano-Coatings for High Performance Battery Materials at the International Conference on Advanced Lithium Batteries for Automobile Applications (ABAA-10) on October 22 - 25, 2017 in Chicago, IL. The 9th edition will start on 17th of October 2016 and it [...]
Li-ion batteries are a common component in many electronic devices and the research into Li-ion battery composition and safety methods is growing. This article will discuss Li-ion battery technologies and how coatings can improve Li-ion battery safety. Li-ion Batteries Today Li-ion battery research is an ever-expanding field in both academia and industry. Every day, new [...]
Forge Nano's Vice President of Engineering Dr. James Trevey will present at the 232nd ECS MEETING Oct. 1-5, 2017 in National Harbor, MD. ECS biannual meetings are a forum for sharing the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemistry and solid state science and technology. Scientists, engineers and industry leaders come from around the world to attend the [...]
With today’s rapidly advancing electronics and technology industries, the chemistry within batteries is progressing at an exponential rate. There are many new discoveries in electrode efficiencies, electrolyte suitability, and material enhancements all contributing to the growing field. In such a competitive and advancing market, ensuring that your batteries have the highest performance and efficiency is [...]
Forge Nano assembles complete & exclusive intellectual property rights portfolio for Lithium-Ion battery production using Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) technology Company also named a finalist for prestigious R&D100 Awards LOUISVILLE, Colo., September 11, 2017 -- Forge Nano today announced that it has assembled exclusive intellectual property rights to produce safer, longer-lasting Lithium-Ion battery products with [...]
Forge Nano to attend The Battery Show Exhibition & Conference September 12-14 in Novi MI – Booth 2028.
Forge Nano will attend The Battery Show 2017 September 12-14 in Novi MI. The Battery Show 2017 brings together actors from across the industry in an exciting event where the latest products are launched, ideas are born, relationships are strengthened and new partnerships are forged. It is the biggest show of its kind in North America, [...]
A nanocoating is the sealing of a material at the atomic level through methods such as atomic layer deposition (ALD). The term nanocoating refers to the coating itself (e.g. a nanocoating on the surface of ‘x’ substrate) or it can refer to the process itself (e.g. …by nanocoating the surface with …). A nanocoating is [...]
Precision Nanocoatings are used to make PICOSHIELD® NCA, NMC and Graphite Products for Lithium Ion Batteries
Forge Nano are market leaders in providing precision nanocoatings to protect lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries against their most common degradation mechanisms. We provide ultra-thin, functional surface modification technologies to Li-ion batteries to deliver increased safety, higher energy, and longer cycle life. We use atomic layer deposition (ALD) technology to deposit these materials onto li-ion batteries, and [...]
Atomic layer deposition (ALD), is a common method to precisely control the growth of materials and fabricate thin films on a substrate- i.e. the formation of a coating. ALD is a vapor phase technique and the process of formation utilizes a layer-by-layer (LbL) method to grow and build the film using a bottom-up nucleation-growth approach. [...]