Current transmitting cloth
Shortages of raw materials along with increased consumption of rare earth metals are making electronic components and equipment.
The Search for Alternatives:
Indium-free transparent oxides do exist, but supply bottlenecks are becoming more frequent due to increasing demand. Furthermore, fundamental disadvantages such as brittleness and deformation remain an issue. As a result, alternative transparent conductive coatings are being researched intensely, examples being conductive polymers, carbon nanotubes and graphenes. Carbon based electrodes, however, generally have an excessively high surface resistance and thus are insufficiently conductive. If a metallic grid is integrated into an organic layer, the resistance drops, but so does the mechanical
stability; if a solar cell produced by this method were to be bent, the layers would break and loose their conductivity. The challenge thus consists of manufacturing flexible yet stable conductive substrates, ideally in a cost-effective industrial roll-to-roll process.
One solution: Current Transmitting Cloth:
We offer you to join efforts in creating together a unique sun battery for cell phones and other electronic devises. This sun battery will be made from a thin, transparent, еlectric current transmitting cloth, to which a flexible semiconductor shall be attached. This composition must become a monolith construction, and must have electronic contact with the device.
Our company has developed already this thin, transparent, electric current transmitting cloth, and we can manufacture it in industrial amounts. The ingredients we use in our cloth are found in abundance and have a reasonable price. Our cloth has a much higher life and does not crack or break, as opposed to films. Hence, our cloth has better mechanical properties.