Cell Impact AB (publ) announces that the company’s main patent for high-speed forming has been granted in all countries where the company has sought protection, including key countries such as the USA, Japan, and China.
The company’s main patent “Impact unit and method in material processing using high kinetic energy” from 2014 describes both the technology and the process of forming a substance between two high-speed tools with high precision.
Cell Impact also holds six other patents granted, with varying geographical coverage, that protect specific sub-solutions within the framework of the main patent. In 2019 and 2020, the company has also applied for protection for three more innovations in high-speed shaping and material processing.
” It is good for our long-term business development that we have now received our patent application for the key technology granted in all target markets, says Anders Öberg, technical manager at Cell Impact. “It is extra fun that we have managed to get such broad protection as it strengthens our position in the market for the sale of efficient flow plates.”
Cell Impact’s high-speed forming technology is suitable for volume production of flow plates for fuel cells, an area with great business potential where both precision and scalability are required. It is Cell Impact’s goal to be technically leading through innovations with high customer value in the production of flow plates.
About Cell Impact
Cell Impact AB (publ) is a global supplier of advanced flow plates to fuel cell manufacturers. The company has developed and patented a unique method for adiabatic high-velocity forming, which makes it possible to produce flow plates with more advanced designs, which in turn creates more cost and energy-efficient fuel cells compared to conventional forming methods.
Cell Impact is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market and FNCA Sweden AB is the company’s Certified Adviser (CA). Contact information: 08-528 00 399 or [email protected].
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