Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. has been issued a U.S. patent on its lithium-ion batteries for cordless power tools.
Milwaukee Electric Tool
Corp. has been issued a U.S. patent on its new lithium-ion batteries for its
line of cordless power tools.
The battery packs are
capable of discharging more than 20 amps of power, Milwaukee officials said.
The batteries are used in the company’s new M12 and M18 product lines, as well
as the V28 and V18 models.
The batteries are the result
of years of research and millions of dollars worth of investments in the technology,
company officials said.
“This patent, along with
other patents already issued to Milwaukee in the lithium-ion field provide broad,
valuable rights to Milwaukee in the use of lithium-ion batteries in power
tools,” said Steven Richman, President of Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. “The
granting of this milestone patent confirms the long-stated position of
Milwaukee as having revolutionized the power tool industry as the leader in
lithium-ion technology for power tools.”