Enser Corp. the

5430 70th Avenue North
Pinellas Park, FL 33781
http://www.ensercorp.com
85 Employees

SBIR Award Summary

Total Number of Awards 27
Total Value of Awards $12.2MM
First Award Date 05/02/02
Most Recent Award Date 06/23/14

Key Personnel

Last Name Name Awards Contact
Harney Mr. David Harney 4 Message
Norris Mr. Heath Norris 7 Message
Barlow Dr. Geoff Barlow 2 Message
Straub Mr. Harry Straub 1 Message
Shuster Mr. Nick Shuster 4 Message
Ronacher Annmarie Ronacher 9 Message
Ronacher Anmarie Ronacher 0 Message
Jackson R. R Jackson 0 Message

27 Awards Won

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A14-009
Budget: 06/23/14 - 02/20/15

Thermal batteries are mission critical components which provide power to military weapon systems for electronics, fusing, sensing and actuation. Current and future thermal battery packaging and performance requirements are being pushed to the limits, demanding a substantial increase in potential and energy density over current state-of-the-art....

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N112-091
Budget: 09/30/12 - 04/19/14

Since 1997, The ENSER Corporation has been the sole-source supplier to Raytheon Missile Systems for both the AIM-9X CAS and AIM-9X GS (Guidance System) batteries. Initially, both of these batteries employed the legacy lithium-silicon alloy (LiSi) / FeS2 (naturally-occurring iron pyrite) electrochemistry. In 2006, Raytheon communicated the need t...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N121-007
Budget: 05/08/12 - 11/05/12

To ultimately provide a complete thermal battery system that meets the objectives of the defined program, i.e. electrolyte melting temperature between 100 and 230°C, single cell voltage greater than 2 V, sustained background current density greater than 0.5 A/cm2 and pulse current density capability greater than 6 A/cm2, several technical detail...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Navy
Topic: N112-091
Budget: 10/27/11 - 04/27/12

Since 1997, The ENSER Corporation has been the sole-source supplier to Raytheon Missile Systems for both the AIM-9X CAS and AIM-9X GS (Guidance System) batteries. Initially, both of these batteries employed the legacy lithium-silicon alloy (LiSi) / FeS2 (naturally-occurring iron pyrite) electrochemistry. In 2006, Raytheon communicated the need t...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-024
Budget: 06/13/11 - 06/30/13

Thermal batteries power a vast array of tactical and strategic defense systems. Future performance requirements are demanding higher power levels over longer operating times for: (1) multi-functional seeker and sensor packages, (2) active data links supporting net-centric operation and (3) increased maneuvering capability. Meeting this challenge...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA08-022
Budget: 11/29/10 - 11/29/12

Thermal batteries are employed in virtually every strategic defense and tactical weapon system. As systems capabilities continue to increase, future thermal batteries will be required to deliver higher power and energy in packages smaller and lighter than those available with baseline lithium-silicon (LiSi) / FeS2 technology. Although ENSER s ...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA09-010
Budget: 05/03/10 - 11/02/10

Although there are numerous types of primary and secondary batteries which now fulfill a variety of roles within the Department of Defense (DOD), primary thermal batteries are arguably among the most important in terms of their impact across all service branches, to include the Missile Defense Agency. Along with increased performance capabiliti...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA09-010
Budget: 05/03/10 - 11/02/10

Thermal batteries are a mission-critical component utilized in virtually every weapon system. All thermal batteries require four types of pellets that comprise the cell stack(s), i.e., the energy-producing portion of the battery. Pellet size (diameter and thickness) and the number of pellets required vary by battery type and application. Pellet...

Phase 1 SBIR

Agency: Army
Topic: A09-024
Budget: 12/21/09 - 12/31/10

Thermal batteries are mission critical components which provide power to military weapon systems for electronics, fusing, sensing and actuation. Current and future thermal battery packaging and performance requirements are being pushed to the limits, demanding higher power levels over longer operating times (hence, higher usable energy output) i...

Phase 2 SBIR

Agency: Missile Defense Agency
Topic: MDA07-023
Budget: 08/01/09 - 08/01/11

Thermal battery pellets must be manufactured to extremely tight weight and density tolerances. Currently, this production process is a rate-limiting step in thermal battery manufacture. Inspection of pellets is currently performed manually, slowing the

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