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What makes lithium-ion batteries explode?

Battery in Thermal Runaway

    Thermal Runaway in Lithium-Ion Batteries Thermal runaway is the leading risk in lithium-ion battery use, and can lead to a catastrophic cascading chain of events.   Often caused by defects or damage to the battery, heat rises, liquid fuel and smoke are released, both flammable, more heat then causes adjacent c ells to […]

CellBlock FCS Assesses E-Bike Battery Safety Risk

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] E-Bike Safety E-Bikes are a growing staple for swift and agile urban transportation. Unfortunately, the high energy batteries associated with these new devices pose a safety risk that simply can not be ignored.  Defects or damage to a battery can spell disaster, but careful planning can mitigate the majority this risk. Currently, start up […]

Dylan Francis Vandemark Joins STP 5800 Committee

Dylan Vandemark, Matthew Vandemark, and John Cox.

Dylan Francis Vandemark has joined Underwriters Laboratories Inc.’s recently formed a Standards Technical Panel (STP). The panel will serve as the consensus body in the standards development process for fire containment products. The scope of the new standard will include requirements for fire testing, as well as performance criteria to evaluate battery fire containment products. […]

CellBlock’s LIBIK featured in Aviation Week article

passengers boarding aircraft in airport at sunset

Bill Carey of Aviation Week & Space Technology recently authored an article titled Reassessing The Risk Of Li-ion Battery Fires. The article prominently featured a photo of our LIBIK product line and made mention of CellBlock’s solutions to the rising problem of inflight lithium-ion fires. Coming fresh after a week attending the ALPA Safety Forum, […]

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