KULR's solution is the lightest weight battery heat sink option NASA has evaluated to date, that has excellent promise to prevent thermal runaway propagation with the highest energy density COTS Li-ion cell designs. To date, NASA has not found a design solution with as much promise for preventing Li-ion battery TRP with as positive temperature margins on the adjacent cells while also being very lightweight.
Dr. Eric Darcy (Battery Systems Lead at NASA)
The KULR team has been an essential part of many of our projects in the last two decades. We’re happy to be working with them, and incorporating their thermal solutions as part of the SHERLOC instrument on the upcoming Mars 2020 Rover Mission.
Mike Pauken (Senior Thermal Systems Engineer, JPL)
Superior Energy and Thermal
KULR's core technology is a NASA co-developed, vertically aligned carbon fiber thermal interface material that is lighter, more flexible, and more efficient than traditional thermal management solutions. As carbon is a key component of the material, KULR’s fiber is perfectly heat efficient. Because it behaves like a flexible fabric, it can fit in almost any power or electronic configuration, including extremely demanding spaces with minimal contact pressure, increasing the overall efficiency and safety for a variety of thermal management and energy storage uses across a wide range of markets.
KULR Technology Group, Inc develops and commercializes high-performance, space-proven thermal management technologies for electronics, batteries and other components across an array of industries such as for automotive, AI/Cloud computing, energy storage and 5G communications technologies, collectively known as ‘E-Mobility’. KULR is leveraging their proprietary core technology (the carbon fiber thermal interface), as well as their longstanding partnerships with NASA, JPL, and other leading aerospace research and development organizations, in order to make the E-Mobility market cooler, lighter, and safer.