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Your one-stop-partner for all traction batteries from Lead Acid to Li-Ion

Thursday, 11 March 2021 ( #1016 )
Battery Supplies is your one-stop-partner for everything that has to do with traction batteries. From a new battery with all possible accessories (automatic filling system, chargers, etc.), periodic maintenance, to repairs of defective batteries. The different technologies Traction cells already exist in different technologies, these are: PzS-PzB, Low Maintenance, GEL, CSM, Pure Lead and Li-Ion:
PzS-PzB
  • The most representative solution portfolio for the Material Handling Industry
  • Vented lead acid battery with liquid electrolyte
  • Proven tubular plate technology provides long service life and excellent reliability, utilizing premium quality materials
  • 1500 cycles, 80% DOD
Low Maintenance
  • The low maintenance solution with up to 13 weeks interval
  • With special design and optimized alloys minimizes water consumption
  • Best solution to optimize customer's service cost
  • 1500 cycles, 80% DOD
GEL
  • The maintenance free valve regulated gas recombination batteries with GEL electrolyte
  • Particularly suitable in the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industry
  • No acid leakage and minimum gas emissions
  • 1250 cycles, 60% DOD
CSM
  • Based on CSM (Copper Stretch Metal) technology CSM batteries ensure increased performance, capacity and energy efficiency
  • Suitable for operation under extreme conditions (Cold Store)
  • Allowing fast and opportunity charging
  • >1500 cycles, 80% DOD
Pure Lead
  • Maintenance Free, 99,99% Pure Lead
  • Longer lifetime in hard conditions
  • Fast recharge
  • Exceptional PSOC performance
  • Opportunity charging
  • 1200 cycles, 60% DOD
Li-Ion
  • The Li-Ion battery based on our vast know how and long experience for advanced applications.
  • The combination of fast and opportunity charging with the battery's outstanding efficiency and charge acceptance enables multi-shift operation and an overall 24/7 availability.
  • 4000 cycles, 80% DOD
For more information about our traction technologies, click here. Battery Supplies N.V. Nijverheidslaan +50/56
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