Industrial batteries are critical components in many industries, providing backup power to ensure uninterrupted operation in the event of a power outage or other disruptions. Two popular types of industrial batteries are lithium-ion and valve-regulated lead-acid batteries.
We offer a range of industrial batteries to meet the needs of our customers. Our batteries are designed for high performance, with a long cycle life and fast charging capabilities. They are available in a variety of sizes and capacities to meet the specific needs of each application.
In addition to our high-quality batteries, we provide comprehensive support and maintenance services to ensure maximum uptime and reliability. Our team of skilled technicians is available 24/7 to provide technical assistance and repair services, ensuring that our customers’ battery systems operate without interruption.
Valve Regulated Lead Acid
Valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) is a type of sealed lead-acid battery that uses a valve to regulate the release of gas produced during charging. This design allows for maintenance-free operation, as the electrolyte is immobilized in either gel or absorbed glass mat (AGM) form. VRLA batteries are commonly used in applications where reliable backup power is required, such as in uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), emergency lighting, and telecommunications equipment.
Our high-quality batteries are specifically designed for industrial use, providing reliable and long-lasting power for a wide range of applications. Our industrial lithium-ion batteries are known for their superior energy density, fast charging capabilities, and long cycle life. They are perfect for powering industrial machinery, robotics, and electric vehicles.
Our batteries are built with safety in mind, using advanced management systems to prevent overcharging, over-discharging, and overheating. We understand the importance of uninterrupted power in the industrial sector, which is why we offer a range of battery sizes and capacities to meet your specific power requirements.
Nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries are a type of rechargeable battery that use nickel oxide hydroxide and metallic cadmium as the active materials for the positive and negative electrodes, respectively. NiCd batteries have been used for decades in a variety of applications due to their high cycle life, excellent performance at low temperatures, and high discharge rates.
One of the main advantages of NiCd batteries is their ability to withstand overcharging and deep discharging without suffering permanent damage. This makes them a popular choice for applications where reliable backup power is critical, such as in emergency lighting and aviation.