We can get it
started 5 times
in a row at - 60 °С

Engine start
anytime and anywhere

Compensating
peak loads of up
to 30 MW

High maneuverability of consumption
with lower capital expenditure

Increasing fuel
savings up to 10%

The Start-Stop system and energy
recuperation of hybrid transport

Engine start
is guaranteed

Buffer supercapacitor ensures
locomotive fuel savings of up to 40%

TEEMP supercapacitors

TEEMP has developed an original design of a laminated flat cell that can be used in any chemical energy storage system with organic electrolytes: supercapacitors, lithium-ion batteries, fuel cells.

The cell of a supercapacitor (also called molecular energy accumulator) uses acetonitrile with dissolved ionogen salts as electrolyte, allowing to reach operating voltage of up to 3 V in an element.

Supercapacitors

Supercapacitor (ionistor) is a promising energy storage solution. In terms of its technical properties, it is in between the accumulator batteries and regular capacitors. In a supercapacitor, energy is stored in the porous structure of the electric double layer on the surface of an electrode, as a result of ions absorption from electrolytes.

The operating principle is as follows: when potential difference is applied to the output leads, negative ions from the electrolyte are gathered at the cathode and positive ions are gathered at the anode. Dielectric porous separator lets the ions from the electrolyte pass through and prevents short circuit between the electrodes.

The energy storage principle: electricity is stored statically by polarization of the charged electrolyte particles, and no chemical reaction takes place during the charge-discharge cycles.

Supercapacitors are able to store a lot of energy over a short period of time, minimizing the recharge time. Besides, they are highly efficient. At present, lithium-ion batteries are only able to release 60% of energy used to charge them, while supercapacitors are able to release over 90%.

Another advantage is their huge resource. Lithium-ion and lithium-polymer accumulators noticeably deteriorate (reduced capacity versus the initial) after hundreds of charging/discharging cycles, while supercapacitors are able to withstand up to a million cycles without any noticeable deterioration.

Features of supercapacitors

High power density

Quickly accumulate and release energy

Resistant to environments

Durable

Operationally reliable

Sustainable

High power density

Quickly accumulate and release energy

Resistant to environments

Durable

Operationally reliable

Sustainable

Cell characteristics

Due to an original design, base cells of supercapacitor modules offer a number of advantages:

  • Minimum number of components
  • Minimal electrical resistance
  • Commutation over the entire side surface
  • Operational after being tested with short circuit currents
  • Optimization of current and thermal fields
  • Lower mass of cell and assembled module

Module assembly technology

Construction of elementary cells allows assembling supercapacitor modules of any voltage and variable size. A configuration depends on the order. They may differ in terms of ingress protection:

  • IP20
  • IP54
  • IP65
  • IP67

Charge balancing system configuration options:

  • Active balancing
  • Passive balancing

Module cooling configuration options:

  • Natural cooling
  • Air cooling
  • Water cooling

Comparative properties

  • Peak Current 1 sec
  • Continuous Current
  • Maximum Discharge Energy
  • Electrical resistance
  • Stored Energy
Module characteristics Cell characteristics
TEEMP
MLSK-167-48
BMOD0165
P048C01
TEEMP
Cell 2,85V
BCAP3400
P285K04

Products

Present-day high-tech industries are subjecting energy storage solutions to special requirements. An ability to quickly store up and release electric energy with minimal losses may only be implemented using supercapacitor modules. Uninterrupted power supply (UPS), compensating for peak loads, regenerative braking systems – these are the applications where accumulator batteries are showing lower efficiency compared to supercapacitors.

Module 16 V MLSK-500-16
ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ

Voltage: 16 V
Capacitance: 500 F

СФЕРЫ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ
  • Automotive
  • Renewables
Datasheet 16 V 500 F
Documentation
Module 48 V MLSK-167-48
ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ

Voltage: 48 V
Capacitance: 167 F

СФЕРЫ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ
  • Automotive
  • Trucks
  • Uninterruptible power systems
Datasheet 48 V 167 F
Documentation
Module 150 V MLSK-56-150
ТЕХНИЧЕСКИЕ ХАРАКТЕРИСТИКИ

Voltage: 150 V
Capacitance: 53 F

СФЕРЫ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ
  • Heavy machinery
  • Electrobuses
  • Trolleybuses, trams
  • Railway transport
  • The subway
  • Smart grid
Datasheet 150 V 53 F
Documentation

Engine starter launch

High start currents of heavy trucks wear out acid batteries, and the engine start in subzero temperatures may fail, causing complete battery discharge. TEEMP supercapacitor modules will help take care of such problems by a guaranteed engine start and making the useful life of accumulator batteries 1.5-2 times longer. Mobile supercapacitor devices ensure engine start of dozens of buses or trucks, onboard modules bypass existing batteries, and the start-up current is only supplied to the starter by this module.

Mobile device with accumulator
USP-250C
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 500 А
Capacitance: 250 F
Charging time: 5,5 minutes

Mobile device chargeable from the grid
USP-500
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 2150 А
Сapacitance: 500 F
Сharging time: 5,5 minutes

Mobile device with generator
USP-500G
voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 2150 А
Capacitance: 500 F
Charging time: 6 minutes

Module USP-250B-3
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 1100 A
Capacitance: 250 F
Charging current: 40 А

Mobile device with accumulator
USP-250C
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 500 А
Capacitance: 250 F
Charging time: 5,5 minutes

Mobile device chargeable from the grid
USP-500
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 2150 А
Сapacitance: 500 F
Сharging time: 5,5 minutes

Mobile device with generator
USP-500G
voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 2150 А
Capacitance: 500 F
Charging time: 6 minutes

Module USP-250B-3
Voltage: 28,5 V
CCA: 1100 A
Capacitance: 250 F
Charging current: 40 А

About company

TEEMP was founded in 2011 based on the leading scientific organizations, is part of the RENOVA group. The company employs highly-skilled specialists, having a vast and successful experience in creating chemical sources of current, including pulse and electrically-powered supercapacitors.

Mikhail Valerievich
Lifschitz

Chairman of the Board of Directors, TEEMP LLC
Born on 4 May 1963 in Moscow
Graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Kaluga Air Force Academy
  • Held the position of Marketing Director for International Economic Cooperation Association of Small and Medium Enterprises of the USSR
  • Founder of the Global Edge Group
  • High-Tech Asset Business Development Director, Renova
  • General Director, ROTEC
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors, ROTEC
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ural Turbine Works
  • Member of the Board of Directors, Sulzer
  • Twice the winner of Ernst&Young’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award
  • Awarded Certificate of Merit by the Governor of the Moscow Region
  • Honorable Power Engineer of Mongolia
  • Member of the Energy Advisory Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission
  • Member of Scientific&Technical Non-commercial Partnership "BioTeh2030 Technology Platform"
  • Pilot, member of the Russian Air Sport team till 2003.

Sergey Vladimirovich
Kurilov

General Director
Born on 15 July 1978 in Saint-Petersburg
Graduated from the Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics & Finance

Vladimir Leonidovich
Tumanov

Technical Director
Born on 24 August 1949
Graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University
  • Was assigned to work at the Central Mechanical Engineering Design Bureau, developing orbital stations control systems.
  • Head of Section for the development of electrochemical generators for submersible vessels and electromobiles running on hydrogen fuels at the All-Union Research Institute for Sources of Current
  • Director, SP Technopark Design & Technology Center 
  • Head of Section, AVEKS
  • Head of Section, SKBK
  • Lead Designer at the Red Star Scientific Development & Production Center  
  • Deputy General Director for Operational Management of Hydrogen and Solar Energy Projects under the Norilsk Nickel – Russian Academy of Sciences Program, NIK NEP LLC
  • Technical Director for the Yo-Avto Project, PSK E-ENGINEERING
  • Authored and co-authored over 100 inventions in the specialist area of chemical sources of current and applications.
  • Held the position of Marketing Director for International Economic Cooperation Association of Small and Medium Enterprises of the USSR
  • Founder of the Global Edge Group
  • High-Tech Asset Business Development Director, Renova
  • General Director, ROTEC
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors, ROTEC
  • Chairman of the Board of Directors, Ural Turbine Works
  • Member of the Board of Directors, Sulzer
  • Twice the winner of Ernst&Young’s ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award
  • Awarded Certificate of Merit by the Governor of the Moscow Region
  • Honorable Power Engineer of Mongolia
  • Member of the Energy Advisory Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission
  • Member of Scientific&Technical Non-commercial Partnership "BioTeh2030 Technology Platform"
  • Pilot, member of the Russian Air Sport team till 2003.
  • Was assigned to work at the Central Mechanical Engineering Design Bureau, developing orbital stations control systems.
  • Head of Section for the development of electrochemical generators for submersible vessels and electromobiles running on hydrogen fuels at the All-Union Research Institute for Sources of Current
  • Director, SP Technopark Design & Technology Center 
  • Head of Section, AVEKS
  • Head of Section, SKBK
  • Lead Designer at the Red Star Scientific Development & Production Center  
  • Deputy General Director for Operational Management of Hydrogen and Solar Energy Projects under the Norilsk Nickel – Russian Academy of Sciences Program, NIK NEP LLC
  • Technical Director for the Yo-Avto Project, PSK E-ENGINEERING
  • Authored and co-authored over 100 inventions in the specialist area of chemical sources of current and applications.
2011
2013
2014
2017

The company
was founded

Cell prototypes
were designed

Lab production based
at NUST MISIS

Launch of production
facility in Russia

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Production facility

1 Leningradskaya st., Khimki,
Moscow Region, 141400

R&D

6 bld. 2, Leninskiy prospekt,
Moscow, 119049

Office

Moscow, Skolkovo Innovation Center, 143026