How our independence means offering you the “very best of everything”!
Diehl & Eagle Picher is a battery manufacturer, who works in cooperation with partners approved all over the world. Thus we are independent and objective in advising you as well as free in relation to the product choice.
Today we primarily produce activatable thermal batteries according to the technology of the global leader EaglePicher Technologies for military applications, customized battery packs in lithium (primary and secondary), nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal-hydride technology for defence and electronics and communication industry. For nearly 10 years we have been producing lithium reserve batteries which are used for proximity, time and multi option fuzes for mortar, artillery and naval guns.
Originally founded as a mere trade company in 1971, the Joint Venture of EaglePicher, situated in Joplin, Missouri, USA (45% corporate shares), and Diehl Defence, situated in Üeberlingen (55% corporate shares), quickly evolved into one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of special batteries for civil and military applications. Our product portfolio particularly includes activatable thermal batteries, lithium reserve batteries as well as primary and secondary customized battery packs.
Markets for thermal and lithium thionylchloride reserve batteries are limited and subject to hard competition within Europe. However, we increased our competitiveness by systematic investments in our production systems for both thermal and lithium thionylchloride reserve batteries in order to improve our market share in the future.
Diehl & Eagle Picher plan to expand particularly in the battery pack sector. That applies for the civil as well as for the long-established military field, on which our military know-how shows full effect.
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