Alcad will now focus on its core business of providing complete solutions for nickel-cadmium
The inspection campaign was carried out by the directorate during April and May and resulted in the confiscation of hazardous items that contained (unsafely-capped nickel-cadmium
or sulfuric) batteries and (potentially carcinogenic mud) slime products that were devoid of any conspicuous warning as to the suitable age group, she added.
They address mitigating challenges of safety, affordability, and availability; energy storage for commercial hybrid electric aircraft; an approach to addressing the dynamic power demands of advanced power electronics based-loads using an electrical accumulator unit; selecting, testing, installing, and certifying a battery for a typical commercial aircraft; nickel-cadmium
battery performance; a total battery management system; the development of lithium-ion batteries for naval aviation applications; battery diagnostics and prognostics through a passive diagnostic device; and analysis and control of energy storage with pulsed power loads.
Horsehead is the parent of Horsehead Corporation, a producer of speciality zinc and zinc-based products in the US and a recycler of electric arc furnace dust; the International Metals Reclamation Company LLC that recycles metals-bearing wastes and a processor of nickel-cadmium
(NiCd) batteries in North America; and Zochem Inc, a zinc oxide producer in Brampton, Ontario.
said Thursday it has developed a nickel-cadmium
battery that can be charged and discharged at temperatures as low as minus 40 C.
Osaka, Aug 8, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Panasonic Corporation today announced the development of the industry's first*1 nickel-cadmium
battery capable of charging and discharging at temperatures as low as -40 deg C (-40 deg F).
The Boeing CEO said the company would stick with the lithium-ion batteries, which are significantly more powerful and lighter than the nickel-cadmium
batteries traditionally used on aircraft.
London, Feb 16 ( ANI ): Aircraft maker Airbus has decided to drop Lithium-Ion batteries and switch to traditional nickel-cadmium
batteries for its new A350 passenger jet.
Airbus has dropped lithium-ion batteries of the type that forced the grounding of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and will use traditional nickel-cadmium
batteries in its crucially important next passenger jet, the A350.
The final section covers nickel-cadmium
, nickel-metal hydride, and other nickel batteries.
Cold weather saps their charge much faster than it does a nickel-cadmium