Lithium-ion Firefighting Blankets

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DENIOS-US introduces lithium-ion firefighting blankets specifically designed for the high temperatures generated from EV battery fires. They contain the flames and reduce the risk of the fire spreading and associated collateral damage, until emergency response personnel arrive. Manufactured of high temperature fabric with a mineral coating on both sides, double seam overlap with steel thread processing allows these blankets to withstand temps to 2,372°F (1,300°C). Their open-pored fabric allows the use of fire extinguishers and sprinkler systems to create a cooling effect, while limited gas permeability prevents the cover from ballooning. Reusable fire blankets are available in three sizes, suitable for small cars to commercial vehicles, each with their own storage container. Four loops at the reinforced corners allow the blankets to be quickly and easily deployed. Lithium-Ion Fire Blankets are ideal for first responders, parking garages, warehouses, and factories using EV forklifts, EV fleets, e-charging stations, gas stations, mechanic shops, auto body shops, towing, and service fleets, ferries, and wherever electric vehicles are charged, used, stored, or serviced.   Compliant with EC safety data sheet 91/115/EEC, DIN EN 13501-1, class A1, non-combustible, and electrostatic certificate according to DIN 54345-1, non-conductive. Lithium-ion batteries are very popular for their power density, but they can be extremely dangerous if they overheat or are damaged. Overheating of lithium-ion batteries can be caused by many factors including mechanical stress, warming from the outside, overheating during charging, deep discharge, ingress of moisture, overcharging, and more. This can cause thermal runaway, or the overheating of a single cell, which triggers a chain reaction that also burns neighboring cells. In addition to the heat generated from a lithium-ion battery fire, there are toxic gases created, causing individual cells to explode. Lithium-ion fire blankets contain the fire until emergency responders arrive.   For more information, visit www.DENIOS-us.com.