Often we read cases of how the leaking battery can be hot and eventually cause a fire that must be withdrawn by the manufacturer. Fortunately, now present new technologies that can prevent a fire or explode on Li-ion batteries installed in the laptop or mobile phone. Stoba technology name, this technology was developed by Taiwanese research institute named ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and likely will be marketed in the first quarter of next year. When Li-Ion battery shorted out, the battery temperature will quickly rise, which can reach 932 degrees Fahrenheit.
This is why the battery flammable or explosive. Stoba prevent fires or explosions by being positive and negative sides of the battery. If the battery temperature reaches 266 degrees Fahrenheit, Stoba changed from a porous material into a film and had to stop the reaction. Currently the battery manufacturer's testing Stoba. Stoba expected to be present in the market in the first quarter of 2010. Use of Stoba also expected to lead to an increase in manufacturing costs for 2 to 3 percent.