Contact & FAQ

Are their any fire risks?

The mediea has shone a light on the fire risks of lithium batteries. There have been many reports of lithium-powered equipment catching fire, but reports fail to mention that there are different types of lithium chemistry, not all of which carry that risk.

We use lithium iron phosphate cells (LiFePO4) which are phosphate based batteries that offer superior chemical and mechanical structure that does not overheat to unsafe levels. This provides a vast increase in safety over lithium-ion batteries made with other cathode materials. Lithium phosphate cells are incombustible, which is an important feature in the event of mishandling during charging or discharging.

How durable is the battery?

Our LiFePO4 batteries can also withstand harsh conditions such as freezin cold, scorching heat or rough terrain.

When subjected to hazardous challenges, such as a collision or short-circuiting, they won’t explode or catch fire significantly reducing any chance of harm making them an ideal solution for british inland waterways.


How does my battery affect the environment?

In addition, LiFePO4 batteries are non-toxic, non-contaminating and contain no rare earth metals making them an environmentally concious choice.