Activated Dry Electrode Process v. Wet Coating Electrode in Supercapacitor Manufacturing

LICAP Technologies Active Dry Electrode process in their supercapacitor development offers reliability improvements over supercaps made with a traditional wet slurry process. In this Tech Chat, we review LICAP’s Activated Dry Electrode process and its advantages.


  • Simon Tomkins, Richardson RFPD Senior Applications Engineer
  • Brian Eichler, LICAP Technologies Vice President Global Sales

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