ŁUKASIEWICZ RESEARCH NETWORK
INSTITUTE OF NON-FERROUS METALS
DIVISION IN POZNAŃ
(FORMER CENTRAL LABORATORY OF BATTERIES AND CELLS)
ŁUKASIEWICZ Research Network - Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals Division in Poznań is a highly specialized research organization with many years of experience in the field of chemical power sources.
At ŁUKASIEWICZ - IMN in Poznań we carry out research and application works focused on manufacture and modernization of energy storage and we make studies on properties of primary and secondary batteries or fuel cells. The research tasks concern new raw materials, electrode materials and semi-products as well as technologies of production and recycling of primary and secondary batteries.
We perform many research projects aimed at development of new energy storage systems or manufacturing equipment.
We are the sole Polish manufacturer of NiCd aircraft batteries as well as thermal and reserve primary batteries.
Our expert know-how is presented fairly and understandably. We explain principles of design, operating, handling, expolitation, safety of use of energy storage
The experienced research team analyses and makes expert opinions on commercial cells and materials used in chemical power sources.
The research team at ŁUKASIEWICZ - IMN in Poznań actively participates in many national and international projects or calls. The specialized know-how and technical possibilities lead to well-done work.
We offer tests for conformity with various standards or customer's documents, certification, training courses and expert opinions in the field of chemical power sources.
Tests in accredited laboratory
For over 15 years the Testing Laboratory of Chemical Power Sources has been the Institute's research facility and has had a Polish Accreditation Certificate No AB 124. The Laboratory makes studies according to transport tests, directives, manufacturers' specifications and other regulatory documents.
UN Transportation Testing
Laboratory provides testing according to UN 38.3 requirements to ensure safety of lithium batteries during shipping