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USPRwire, Sun Nov 01 2015] Market outlook of the global lead-acid battery market
Lead-Acid Battery Technologies: Fundamentals, Materials, and Applications
Polypore is divesting the business, which is comprised of lead-acid battery separator facilities in Piney Flats, Tennessee, and Feistritz, Austria, in compliance with an order issued by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The regulator had said Polyporea[euro](tm)s acquisition of the lead-acid battery separators maker Microporous, carried out back in 2008, would hurt competition in the market for battery separators.
5 -- Manufacturers of vehicle batteries were in a slow moving industry based on lead-acid batteries.
Seeing that lead-acid battery technology began in the 1850s, it would be easy to assume that the technology is fully mature and that the future lies with more recent developments, such as nickel metal hydride (NiMH) or lithium ion (Li-ion) designs.
Regulations prohibit the use of a common area for servicing Ni-Cad and lead-acid batteries.
Lead-acid batteries haven't changed much since 1859.
The lead-acid battery industry, with help from consumers and retailers, recycled 99.