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New NANO Li-Ion Battery Does not Catch Fire, Designed for Defense Missions

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jetMany battery cells experience thermal runaway, a condition that results in damage from overheating.  Kokam Company produced a new battery, composed of Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC), Lithium Titanate Oxide (LTO) and Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP), to overcome this problem.

NANO battery technology is a new kind of lithium-ion battery that passed ballistic testing and was made to withstand temperatures between -40° and 60° Celsius. Batteries can experience thermal runaway from specific temperatures, but Kokam created a design that surpassed many factors.

Kokam promises a longer life expectancy, greater safety, less recharge time, greater power delivery, and the ability to withstand harsh temperatures for its new battery. The real-world applications are endless, making the battery a good choice for government defense measures.

The lithium-ion battery was specially constructed for defense and aerospace missions. Its silent nature makes it a safer substitute for diesel and other types of engines, all while being available for volatile operations. The energy it provides makes it useful for many other applications as well.

The Kokam company has provided many other batteries as well over the past 26 years. In fact, it is widely respected across the world as being an environmentally-friendly provider of energy efficient solutions. Kokam also offers the Ultra High Power Nickel Manganese Cobalt (NMC) and Ultra High Energy NMC battery solutions for other types of government applications.

The Ultra High Power NMC battery solutions are applicable to high-tech weapons and military operations that garner a lot of power, while the Ultra High Energy NMC battery solutions are better suited for unmanned aerial vehicles, drones, and similar applications.

The cost productive NANO battery technology will hopefully open up other paths to safer battery alternatives in the near future. Especially with the rise of government-directed drone use, society might benefit from Kokam’s future chemistry applications.

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