Halocarbon PCTFE Oil and Grease Cross-References to Fluorolube Lubricants

For over 65 years, Halocarbon has been a leading producer of fluorinated oils, greases, and waxes designed to withstand the chemically harsh environments of a broad range of industries. To ensure the safety of its consumers while still providing reliability, Halocarbon has designed its fluorinated lubricants to be chemically inert, nonflammable, with high thermal stability, good lubricity, high dielectric strength and a variety of viscosities, densities, and NLGI grades.

Halocarbon PCTFE Oil and Grease Cross-References to Fluorolube Lubricants
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Modifying Electrolytes to Improve Lithium Ion Batteries

Halocarbon has been making great strides in Electronics Solutions to create fluorinated materials that can improve the performance of lithium ion batteries when they are pushed to the limit. Halocarbon is entering this market with a wide variety of fluorinated compounds to meet industry needs. One of Halocarbon’s research chemists, Neville Pavri, was interviewed by Design News to talk further about Halocarbon’s innovation in the lithium ion battery market. In the interview, Pavri talks about Halocarbon’s research in this market and its structured activity relationship (SAR) approach to finding the most efficient candidates. Click here to read the full article!

Modifying Electrolytes to Improve Lithium Ion Batteries
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Structure-Activity Relationships in Lithium Ion Batteries

The lithium ion battery has become the standard in many industries when it comes to mobilizing a power source. The developments in electronics, electric vehicles, and energy storage have created an overwhelming need for a lighter, stronger, and safer battery. Every year a new and improved version of this technology is introduced, and that drives the demand for a new and improved battery. Halocarbon, a leader in fluorochemistry, is at the forefront of creating additives and co-solvents that improve the performance and safety of high voltage (>4.2 V) lithium ion batteries.

Halocarbon is leveraging the principles of structure-activity relationships (SAR) to address key challenges in the chemistry of high-voltage lithium ion batteries.

Structure-Activity Relationships in Lithium Ion Batteries
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