As you may already know, the anode materials of a lithium-ion battery - lithium titanate - can form a lithium-ion secondary battery with cathode materials of lithium manganese oxide, lithium cobalt oxide, ternary or iron phosphate lithium.
Lithium-titanate technology is based on modified lithium-ion batteries and employes additional lithium-titanate nanocrystals on the surface of its anode and instead of the conventional carbon material that is used in normal lithium-ion batteries.
This gives the anode a surface area of ca. 100 square meters per gram which is significantly more when compared to the mere 3 square meters per gram achieved when using conventional carbon material, allowing electrons to enter and leave the anode far more quickly:
Because of this large surface are, re-charging the battery will be very quick, and also this improvement in surface area of the battery drastically increases general stability and further also improves product safety.
Because of the benefits of lithium titanate in terms of high security, high stability, long life and green features, lithium titanate batteries can be widely used in electric vehicles and charging stations, tourist coaches, yachts, wind and solar energy storage power, traffic signals, solar hybrid street lighting, UPS power supply, home storage, coal, disaster relief emergency, weather radar, electricity, smart grid, communication base stations, hospitals, finance, telecommunications as well as system critical backup power systems.
This technology has also proven durable and in fail-safe settings such as for shipping, aerospace and other requirements of high security, high stability and long-cycle energy storage.