High temperature rechargeable battery packs for the emergency lighting industry. We can guide on all current legislation...
CAB builds various computations in either AA Sub C, D or F Cells. Flange battery packs are traditionally use in switch tripping gear.
CAB can provide a wide range of battery pack configurations using Lithium, NiCad, nickel metal hydride and alkaline to the oceanographic and oil industries.
Under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, CAB Special Batteries Ltd are a 'Producer' of 'Industrial' batteries and as such, are obliged to take back waste batteries supplied to an end user for proper disposal. CAB Special Batteries Ltd has contracts in place with several companies to carry out the proper recycling of industrial batteries returned to them.
CAB Special Batteries Ltd is registered with the Business Innovation and Skills, section of the Environmental Agency. Our Batteries Producer Registration Number (BPRN) is BPRN00099.
If any customer of requires us to take back used industrial batteries that we have supplied to them, they should contact the Sales Office at CAB to obtain the necessary authority. When this has been granted, the customer should make the necessary arrangements for the product to be returned to the CAB site in Plymouth. From that point, CAB will take full responsibility for the correct disposal of the batteries, through their established sub-contractors.
All our battery packs and products are made in purpose built facility in Great Britain.
Under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, CAB Special Batteries Ltd are a ‘Producer’ of ‘Industrial’ batteries and as such, are obliged to...
CAB SPECIAL BATTERIES is proud to announce that they have been appointed as the GP Batteries uk and European “SUPER VALUE ADDED RE-SELLER”
Where safety is involved there should be no compromise. Cells used for this important application should be of the highest quality and performance.
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