Transporting Lithium Batteries

Transported lithium-based batteries are divided into two types: lithium-ion found in mobile phones and laptops, and non-rechargeable lithium-metal used in medical devices and a number of consumer grade AA, AAA and 9V batteries.
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All-Solid Lithium Batteries

Image courtesy of MIT Researchers Lithium batteries have been a staple of life for quite some time. However, their design could use a little improvement. Made up of two solid pieces fused together, the curr... Read More...

Galaxy Note 7 Recalled by Samsung

Samsung Electronics is recalling all of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones. The phones' batteries may explode or catch fire. The recall is expected to be worldwide. There have been 2.5 million units sold, and units ... Read More...

Navy Pushes Batteries to their Limits

When it comes to battery technology, most research focuses on extending battery lifetime. This makes sense, since for consumer electronics, electric vehicles, or home batteries, after safety, the top concer... Read More...

Small battery for Big MedTech Event

Global battery manufacturer Accutronics will be launching its smallest medical battery and charger at MD&M, the east coast's largest medical technology (MedTech) event. The mini credit card battery meets th... Read More...