As the name suggests, Supercapacitors differ from traditional electronic capacitors in that they are able to store greater amounts of energy than traditional capacitors and provide higher power compared to batteries. These properties bridge the energy and power gap between traditional electrolytic capacitors and batteries. These enhanced performance features are in demand
Crosslink currently is engaged in innovative research to develop a real-time, lightweight structural health monitoring (SHM) and repair system for composite structures. SHM is a process of implementing a damage sensing strategy that is expected to prevent catastrophic failure of aircraft composite structures by predicting the onset of partial or complete failure.
Controlled Drug Release
Crosslink is leveraging its experience and patent portfolio in the field of electroactive polymers to develop a versatile means of delivering pharmaceutically active agents. Efforts to date have been being directed toward finding new drug delivery systems
Joint venture Announced
Crosslink™, Wayne Pigment Corp. Announce Joint Venture
to Develop Non-Chromate Corrosion Inhibitor Pigments
July 26, 2011 — ST. LOUIS — Crosslink™, a leading developer of electrochemistry- and polymer science-based technologies, announces its joint venture (JV) with Wayne Pigment Corp. to commercialize hexavalent chromium-free (.non-chromate.) corrosion inhibitor pigments for military and industrial applications.
The JV, CW Technologies, was formed in late May of this year, following Crosslink's procurement of a patent on May 3 for its non-chromate corrosion inhibitor technology. Over the past decade, Wayne Pigment Corp. has obtained several patents for the development of hybrid inhibitor pigment technologies intended for the Aerospace coatings industry.