Aleees is capable of LFP-NCO material manufacturing, as well having an integrated patent portfolio. Therefore, we provide not only high performance batteries, but also a energy storage total solution including cells and battery modules.

LFP-NCO Cathode Material

LFP- NCO (Lithium ferrous phosphate nano co-crystalline compound) is a single inseparable olivine compound formed by the precursors including lithium, iron, phosphorus and metals or metal compounds which is not fabricated by Fe doping nor coating process


Innovative mass production technologies

  • What is LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano-Co-crystalline Compound)
    LFP stand for Lithium Ferrous Phosphate compound
    NCO : Nano metal co-crystalline olivine
    LFP- NCO is Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano-Co-crystalline Compound with the chemical formula
    LiFePO4·zM'O(M'O=Metal oxide); it is a single inseparable olivine compound formed by the precursors including lithium, iron, phosphorus and metals or metal compounds which is not fabricated by Fe doping nor coating process.

    Advantages of LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano-Co-crystalline Olivine)

  • Non coating


    No Doping
    Comparison of Lattice Constant
  • Aleees PatentsAleees has completed its patent portfolio of LFP materials in Taiwan, Japan, USA, Canada, European Union, South Korea, China, and India, and acquired the international license of LiFePO4+C Licensing AG's materials to completed the global patent portfolio.

Aleees has filed patents in:
Canada, USA, Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea, Europe Union, and India


Patent Countries


History of LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano-Co-crystalline Compound)
The LFP cathode material was first developed in 1996. The experiment results show that it can become a olivine structure N-type semiconductor material. However, such a material has some drawbacks, e.g., low conductivity, fewer holes, and low capacity, which impede the commercialized application of the materials as the cathode for lithium batteries.

Till 2001, the research of LFP compound has a significant transition. The researchers developed another P-type LFP semiconductor material. The researcher improved the original P-type LFP which cannot be used for commercial applications and successfully convert it into commercial P-type LFP semiconductor material. Such a material has more holes and can improve the material's conductivity by a million times.

Similarly, Aleees developed a similar P-type semi- conductor cathode material LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano-Co-crystalline Compound) in 2007. LFP-NCO is the co-crystallization material in solid solution containing lithium ferrous phosphate and the metal oxide, and thus the metal oxides can still be distributed evenly in LFP. In this way, the conductivity of the material can be effectively improved by 100 million times and the electric capacity of the material can be increased to become 155 mAh/g. LFP-NCO not only solves the product quality problem for mass production. It can effectively inhibit the precipitation of divalent ferrous ions which may deposit on the surface of the anode affecting the battery cycle life. With this solution, the cycle life of the battery cell effectively improved by more than 2000 times.

Besides,
the method to form the P-type semiconductor material for LFP-NCO is different from the conventional metal doping or coating, the production process can be simplified with effective cost control.

NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Metal Oxide Co-crystalline Olivine) is the best solution for not only the power oriented batteries but also for energy oriented batteries. Furthermore, it has the advantages of excellent performance and low cost. Compared with the N-type LFP, the LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Metal Oxide Co-crystalline Compound) has a much higher material conductivity by 100 million times.


 

 

 

  • LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Metal Oxide Co-crystalline Compound) P-Type semiconductor increases conductivity 1M times over N-Type semiconductors

    • The Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Metal Oxide Co-crystalline compound successfully improves the capacity of the N-type semiconductor from 136 mAh/g to 157.93 mAh/g (increases 21 mAh/g).

    • LFP-NCO (Lithium Ferrous Phosphate Nano Metal Oxide Co-crystalline Compound) helps to prevent iron ion precipitation for enhancing the cycle life of lithium ion batteries.