Industries & Applications

Because the use of lithium batteries is so vast, Thermo Shield fire suppressant solutions can be used in a variety of industries


Ensure that deliveries are completed safely on-time, with no damage to any other cargo if there is a lithium-ion battery fire.


The FAA reports that, on average, a lithium-ion battery fires occurs every 10 days. Thermo Shield can help to ensure the safe transportation of both bulk shipment of batteries in undercarriage as well as passenger carry-ons – laptops and phones etc.


Shipment of lithium-ion batteries per year is estimated to be somewhere in the billions. With the majority of lithium-ion cells or battery packs produced in Asia, as well as the increased need for just-in-time (JIT) shipping, this means that airline shipping is used frequently.

Government & Military

Lithium-ion battery use is high in the military. Safe transportation of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for uses in the field such as powering voice and data radios is a must.


The popularity of electric cars powered by lithium-ion batteries is on the rise. Cars are therefore manufactured and shipped around the globe more frequently, and need to arrive safely to their required destination.

Medical Devices

According to UPS, a single medical device shipper does over 750,000 annual shipments. Additionally, due to the rapid turn-around time needed for these devices, airlines are often the shipping method required.


A single camera equipment shipper does over 7.9 million annual shipments, just three of the major cell phone companies ship a combined 16-million packages by air a year, and a single laptop supplier can transport 14.6 million laptops by air per year. These products need to be protected during shipment.


Transporting lithium-ion batteries or battery powered devices isn’t just bulk cargo shipments, it encompasses transportation of any number of household devices from point A to point B.


Safely store your lithium-ion batteries or battery powered devices without fear of damage from thermal runaway fires.