Montreal, Quebec – Expanding upon its already extensive array of li-ion battery material offerings, Targray is pleased to announce that it has also begun to supply necessary components for supercapacitors to manufacturers as well.

Targray’s offerings, as they pertain to supercapacitors, will now include Aluminium Foil, Electro-deposited (ED) Nickel foil, Etched Aluminium foil, Activated Carbon and Binders—each crucial in the manufacturing of electric double-layer capacitors (EDLC) and electrochemical double layer capacitors (EDLCs). All materials offered by Targray represent globally sourced, best in class components.

In choosing to supply the li-ion battery industry with superior supercapacitor materials, Targray is seeking to spur innovation, resulting in improved energy density, reduced internal resistance, expanded temperature ranges, increased lifetimes and reduced costs within supercapacitors.

 

The Role of Supercapacitors in Today’s Battery Industry

Supercapacitors fall in closely with li-ion batteries within the manufacturing industry, bridging the gap between long term energy storage, provided by conventional electrochemical batteries, and short term, high current energy demands, provided by standard dielectric capacitors. For more information about Targray and its focus on supplying materials and components for supercapacitor manufacturers, please visit the company’s website at www.targray.com

About Targray

Targray is a leading international supplier of biofuels and advanced materials for Lithium-ion Battery, Optical Media, and Solar PV manufacturing and research. The company leverages its 27 years of experience in supply chain management to bring global resources together and create value for its customers and partners in manufacturing, R&D, distribution and global trade. Learn more by visiting www.targray.com. Like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter & LinkedIn for the latest Targray events and announcements.

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