Funding for MgB2 Machine
The Cambridge UK-based technological and engineering company Epoch Wires has been awarded funding from Innovate UK to design a superconducting machine for future aircraft.
Virtual Conference EUCAS 2021
Epoch Wires have participated in EUCAS 2021 and the details of its development project on the design and manufacturing MgB2 cables for DC transmission lines have been presented.
Comparative Study of the Continuous and Batch Thermal Processing of MgB2 Wires
The last stage of the manufacturing process requires complex reactive diffusion formation process of MgB2 in the presence of SiC nanoparticles.
Wins a Capital Grant from Low Carbon KEEP Small Business Funding
Epoch Wires Wins a capital grant from Low Carbon KEEP Small Business Funding to pursue R&D activities in manufacturing Low-Cost Superconducting Wire for Mass Use.
Epoch Wires Invents a New Superconducting Wire at the Lowest Market Price
Epoch Wires Inc., has Overcome the Conventional Barriers of Cost and Production Capacity in Manufacturing Infinitely-long Superconducting MgB2 Wires, enabling Large-Scale Energy Applications
Zero Carbon Emissions
The Aerospace Technology Institute’s FlyZero report on Zero-Carbon Emmision aircrafts, discusses Epoch Wires’ capability in manufacturing Long-length Superconductive wires.
Most Affordable Superconductor Wire
Epoch Wires Ltd., Cambridge, UK, announced today that it has successfully completed tests to confirm the superconductivity properties of its Magnesium Diboride (MgB2) wire produced through its high-capacity manufacturing line at uninterrupted (infinite) lengths.
Epoch Wires have become a member of International Titanium Association and will be exhibiting on the 5th October 2021. Development of unique and patent pending metal-cored titanium based wires will be demonstrated.
Foxton Industrial for Epoch Wires
"Epoch Wires is excited to operate in a modern industrial unit close to Cambridge in the heart of booming high-tech industry, ideal to capitalise on our close links with the University of Cambridge".