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Parkeagle in de krant

25 February 2020 

Afgelopen week stond Parkeagle in de krant met hun Smart Parking Solutions. Door middel van smart sensors geven zij aan waar de beschikbare parkeerplekken zich bevinden. Nooit meer gefrustreerd zoeken naar een parkeerplek. Elfa heeft Parkeagle geholpen bij het selecteren van de juiste batterijen voor de sensoren.

Agro & Groen Vakdag

18 February 2020 

Do you work in the agricultural or green sector? Then come to the Agro & Groen Vakdag on Friday 28 February. In addition to guest speakers Tom Coronel and Bas Nijhuis, you will also find our own Daan Schutte in the 'Productplein' with the newest products from Coast, Duracell and Favour, among others. Registration is free.

Total and Peugeot start production of batteries for electric cars

5 February 2020 

Total, which has been the parent company of Saft since 2016, announced this week that they started a joint venture with Peugeot for the production of battery packs for electric cars. The company will use Saft's battery technology to produce enough battery packs for a million electric cars per year.

Explosion proof lighting from Coast

30 January 2020 

Where previously Energizer, Peli, Petzl and Mica were the main players, the American Coast is now also coming onto the market with 2 strong ATEX-certified products: a headlamp (HZ025) and a torch (LHZ050). Both are suitable for the highest danger zones (Zone 0), IP64, have enormous light output compared to their competitors and are still competitively priced.

Elfa contributes to soldier of the future

15 January 2020 

On 13 and 14 January the soldier of the future was the subject of discussion at the Fight Light Symposium of the Ministry of Defense. Together with Battery Safety Solutions, Elfa was invited to talk about the latest developments in the field of battery and battery technology and the associated safety.

Working safely with lithium ion

10 January 2020 

There is a strongly increase in use of lithium ion batteries. Consider, for example, the use in power walls, electric cars, internal transport and e-bikes. Concern about this battery, where much more energy can be stored, is increasing rapidly. More and more is being written and spoken about, but workable information is hardly provided. There are also places where people work with lithium batteries where there are no extinguishing agents that are suitable for stopping a thermal runaway. In close cooperation with Battery Safety Solutions, Elfa offers solutions for the safe transport, storage and handling of lithium-ion batteries.

Closed due to the holidays

5 December 2019 

Nobel price for inventors Lithium ion battery

9 October 2019 

On Wednesday afternoon, the American John Goodenough (on the picture), the British Whittingham and Japanese Akira Yoshino received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of the Lithium-ion battery. The Nobel Committee stated that the three gentlemen are responsible for the "rechargeable world" and that they have tamed a reactive element. The winners receive more than €825,000,- for further scientific research.

Elfa raises over €11.000,- for ALS

10 September 2019 

Elfa haalt geld op voor ALS
Elfa participated in the Amsterdam City Swim on the 8th of September. A team of 11 Elfa employees swam 2 km through the center of Amsterdam. Together with our donors, we have raised a fantastic amount: € 11,075! We want to thank everyone who has encouraged us and donated to the team!

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Elfa: Master Distributor of Duracell Procell

13 June 2019 

The new catalogue of Setolite

9 April 2019 

Advice on proper lighting

26 March 2019 

Custom signal post for NS

22 February 2019 

The mobile platform barrier signal, originally developed by Elfa Elements factory, was renewed in cooperation with machine factory Bosserveld and NedTrain Zuid. With this specially developed platform barrier signal, a train at standstill is marked at the front and the rear. The revised design has been made lighter and is now also available for tiled platforms and perforated steel platforms (and, as always, with clamping bracket on the rails).

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