Zarges Cases collaborated with PyroPhobic Systems to develop a lithium battery transportation case for the US Navy. The Zarges LiPrevent system replaced an engineered plastic pelican case being used to transport lithium batteries to ships at sea. Although the pelican case has good mechanical strength, there was real concern that a runaway event could not be contained, presenting a Class D fire threat. Tracy Johnson of Zarges and PyroPhobic System’s Tim Riley engineered a solution that packaged Lithium Prevent lithium battery runaway...

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