When motors run they produce heat which can slow or drain the power transfer from the battery and wear down essential components.
Reducing heat, by drawing it away from a source, can increase power transfer and help motors run faster and more efficiently for longer.
To reduce the impact of heat and increase performance of their upcoming suite of high-performance BLDC power tools, this Tier-1 manufacturer plans to apply KULR’s proprietary Fiber Thermal Interface (FTI) technology in future beta models, after testing has been completed.
“The trend in power tools is to draw more power and efficiency from existing battery designs, without adding to size or weight. We are helping the customer achieve these goals by employing the technology we developed for space applications and applying it to their BLDC power tool designs — redirecting heat away from the coil winding, which allowed the motor to run faster for longer.”
-Dr. Timothy Knowles, CTO of KULR
“We aim to commercialize what we believe to be the best performing, lightweight thermal interface material (FTI) on earth and are working closely with world-class organizations to create cost-effective cooling solutions that improve their products.”
-Michael Mo, CEO of KULR.