AkkuFresh Glossary

AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil is speed-up the charge time, extended usable time and slows down the loss of capacity of batteries and thus provides improved battery performance.

AkkuFresh® is compatible with any portable device.


  •  Installed in seconds.
  •  Raises battery's charging ability.
  •  Offers more talk time and a longer stand-by-time.
  •  Shortens charging time up to 40% / Reduces the frequency of charging.
  •  Recovers wore or deteriorated batteries. / Restores the original performance.
  •  Stops further battery deterioration.
  •  Protects the battery from electrical variations by regulating and filtering the current.
  •  "Real GREEN Solution" by prolongs the total battery lifespan with up to 30% longer lifetime (complete charging cycles).
  •  Saves money since you won’t need to purchase a new battery as often as you have to do now!
  •  Installed in seconds.
  •  Installed in seconds.


  •  Do not cover the electrical contacts on the devices or battery.
  •  Cover min. 80% of the battery on one side (size 29 x 50 mm). Use more pieces of AkkuFresh® for larger batteries.
  •  Optimal improvements are visible after (5-10) charging cycles
AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil's effect performance depends on several factors. Type of mobile phone, brand, model - a kind of battery -, age, status (total amount of charging-discharging cycles), external temperature, environmental conditions and cellular network.

Technology Overview:
AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil is manufactured from ionXtra®-Power™, a new exclusively developed and consistently improved nano ceramic material. The foil made by applying 2µ thin powder into a layer through nanotechnology. Specially created for modern portable devices with a color display, camera, internet access, Bluetooth, games and enhanced multimedia functions, which require high energy. AkkuFresh® answers the growing battery life demands of the most up-to-date handsets and the latest smartphone market with high-speed data processing rates and video communication. Both old and new rechargeable Li-Ion and Li-Polymer batteries can benefit from AkkuFresh®.

The foil and the material are designed to:

  •  Absorb, modify and reflect the electromagnetic field (EMF), generated by the battery.
  •  Generate a flow of negative ions.
  •  Interact with the battery's internal electrolyte and ions through the battery's case.

How to understand AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil
According to the operating principles of the microwave oven, high-frequency (2.45 gigahertz) electromagnetic waves of energy are transferred to the food molecules, thereby increasing their thermal motion. In many molecules (such as water molecules), one part of the molecule is positive, and the other charged negatively. And as they come into contact with the charge varying electric field, the molecules of food are trying to communicate with the appropriately charged particle. This particle motion generates heat, as the moving particles collide.Each particle vibrates at some frequency, even the crystals that are on the Li-ion or Lithium-polymer battery separator that are created by charging or discharging the battery.

The AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil acts as a frequency modulator. Frequency of the electromagnetic field in the battery is reflected back to it, in a higher frequency at which the crystal particles vibrate. This process results that the battery regenerate itself to his original capacity and the flow of negative ions increases. The lithium ions are also in motion, increasing the tension as well.

AkkuFresh® Next Generation™ foil's effect performance depends on several factors:

Type of mobile phone, brand, model - a kind of battery -, age, status (total amount of charging-discharging cycles), external temperature, environmental conditions and cellular network.

A primary battery (non-rechargeable) often used in electronic applications requiring heavy currents for long periods of time (i.e.: cd players, radios, …). Alkaline batteries can deliver 50-100% more total energy than conventional Carbon/Zinc batteries of the same size, hence their popularity in consumer applications.

A mixture of several distinct metals or a metal and a non-metal.

A type of generator used in automobiles to produce an electric current.

The quantity of electricity measured in ampere-hours (Ah) that may be delivered by a cell or battery under specified conditions. The Amp-hour capacity of a battery (or cell) is its most important figure of merit. It is defined as the amount of current that a battery can deliver for 1 hour before the battery voltage reaches the end-of-life point.

The electrode in an electrochemical cell where oxidation takes place. During discharge, the negative electrode of the cell is the anode. During charge, the positive electrode is the anode.

The electrical characteristics of a battery define how it will perform in the circuit and the physical properties have a large impact on the overall size and weight of the product that it will power. The key properties and specifications for Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, and Li-Ion will be presented for easy comparison.

A battery is composed of one or more cells, either parallel or series connected to obtain a required current/voltage capability (batteries comprised of series connected cells are by far the most common).

Two or more electrochemical cells electrically interconnected in an appropriate series or parallel arrangement to provide the required operating voltage and current levels. Under common usage, the term "battery" is also often applied to a single cell.