Industrial battery specialists for harsh environments, Steatite will be presenting at the Battery Tech Expo UK 2019
The Battery Tech Expo UK 2019 is pleased to announce industrial battery specialists Steatite will be presenting their latest technologies at the international event which runs 28th March 2019 at the International Centre, Telford.
About Steatite – www.steatite.co.uk
Technology for harsh environments
Established in 1938, Steatite is a market leader in the design, manufacture and supply of rugged portable and industrial embedded computing, custom lithium battery packs, secure communication systems and antennas. Our focus is on providing highly reliable technology for use in harsh environments, where failure is not an option.
Over the years we have developed a first class reputation for providing solutions that precisely meet the operational demands of our customers. Custom engineering is at the heart of our business. As a result, dedicated in-house teams support clients by designing, manufacturing and testing the most advanced range of products and systems tailored to their specific application requirements.
Quality is a key driver and consequently we are ISO 9001: 2015 certified. Security-cleared individuals and facilities are complemented by a strong engineering and design capability. We have in depth knowledge of CE, UK DEF STAN, American MIL-STD, NATO STANAG and UK, European and American TEMPEST standards. These standards are especially relevant for many of our customers.
As an innovative, technology driven company, we play an active role within the scientific community, driving ground breaking research and development projects. Projects that are designed to inspire new technologies that operate at the very limits of technical capability.
Our headquarters are located in Redditch near Birmingham, where we have a large purpose built manufacturing facility. We also operate an extensive battery assembly plant in Crewkerne, somerset, and a ‘world class’ antenna manufacturing unit in Leominster, Herefordshire, where we operate some of the UK’s most advanced test equipment.