Electrochemical Capacitor Fabrication Facility

 
Case Electrochemical Capacitor Fabrication Facility
 
Created through a Third Frontier Grant from the Ohio Department of Development, the Electrochemical Capacitor Fabrication Facility (CECFF) at Case Western Reserve University is a state-of-the-art facility developed to facilitate performance evaluations and durability studies of new materials and designs for electric double layer capacitors using commercially relevant processes.

Devices Fabricated

  • Sealed electrochemical capacitors of 22450 format of nominal 100 F size
  • Non-aqueous electrolyte capability with aluminum foil current collectors
  • Standard materials or new materials (carbons, binders, additives, aluminum foil, electrolytes)

Features

  • Incorporates commercially relevant processes
  • Rapid prototyping up to forty or more capacitor cells per week
  • Supported by electrochemical consulting, testing and training expertise
  • Available for industrial and university use and collaboration
  • Flexible use arrangements

CECFF Overview
CECFF Abstract

The CECFF schedule of pricing can be found here.

For more information, please contact: 


              Electrode Preparation

Knife Roll Coating

Bobbin Winding

Inert Atmosphere Electrolyte
Addition and Cell Sealing

22450 size 100F 2.7V EDLC

Robert Savinell, PhD
CWRU
216-368-2728
rfs2@case.edu

John Miller, PhD
JME, Inc.
Research Professor
CWRU
216-595-9630
jmecapacitor@att.net

Mirko Antloga
CWRU
440-413-6235
mfa9@case.edu