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LYON Superchargers Reveals Flexible Li-ion Battery

Dec 15 2013, 5:05am CST | by

Hong Kong’s LYON Superchargers announces new rechargeable energy storage solution technology to be made commercially available in 2014.

Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R., December 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- LYON Superchargers, Inc., a rapidly-growing Quebec, Canada-based manufacturer of innovative, next generation rechargeable energy storage...

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LYON Superchargers Reveals Flexible Li-ion Battery

Dec 15 2013, 5:05am CST | by

Hong Kong’s LYON Superchargers announces new rechargeable energy storage solution technology to be made commercially available in 2014.

Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R., December 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- LYON Superchargers, Inc., a rapidly-growing Quebec, Canada-based manufacturer of innovative, next generation rechargeable energy storage solutions for commercial applications with a satellite office in Hong Kong, today announced that it is to unveil a new ultra-thin, malleable lithium-ion variant with a high capacity.

The battery has been tested extensively at its Pointe Claire, Quebec innovation center and once launched will lend itself readily to a large number of different applications including electric and hybrid vehicles and energy storage solutions for homes relying upon solar-power.

“This is yet another example of LYON’s predilection for innovation,” claimed Andrew Richardson, President of LYON Superchargers. “Not only does this battery nearly triple the capacity of our standard offering and offer enhanced safety features, it can be bent, shaped and formed into any space-saving configuration a designer requires,” he added.

The LYON Superchargers battery owes its flexibility to a patented coating process utilizing a proprietary gel that does away with more traditional vacuum infusion. This also has the added benefit of allowing for up to 5 times faster production. LYON Superchargers will begin supplying the new battery to the market place in the second quarter of 2014.

“We expect this battery to be of particular interest to designers and manufacturers who may have wanted to use lithium-ion technology but may have had their plans hampered by the limited range of flexibility available from more traditional offerings across the industry,” concluded Mr. Richardson.

About LY’ON Superchargers
LY'ON Superchargers have been innovating for over twenty-three years, establishing its global leadership as a single-source for raw materials. Our customers around the globe have achieved greater productivity; higher performance and an overall reduced total cost of ownership.

Our supply partners enjoy a dynamic demand driven by our customers’ appetite for greater success. The end users are the ultimate beneficiaries of our technologies, enjoying products with exceptional durability and superior performance.

Contact Information:
LY'ON Superchargers
Stefan Jameson
852580085336
Contact via Email
www.lyonsuperchargers.com

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