Extreme temperature performance
High shock and vibration tolerance
Rapid charge / discharge cycling
Specialized packaging requirements
Due to their low internal resistance and unsurpassed low temperature performance, our solutions can dramatically improve engine start perfromance in many applications:
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Off-Highway, Marine and Industrial Equipment
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On-Highway, Transport and Transit Applications
Correct profiling of the load, in order to size the battery and charger correctly
Careful selection of the right battery chemistry and charger profile to allow effective charging in the available time window
Battery test and monitoring tools to ensure the power system has been sized correctly and is performing to expectations.
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At regular intervals this water loss must be replaced with distilled, deionized or approved water, so as to maintain the electrolyte level at the mid-point between the high and low level lines marked on the jar while on float.
Cells are equipped with flame arrestors with a filling funnel. Add water through the filling funnel by removing the dust cap, but without removing the flame arrestors from the cell covers.
The best time to add water to the stationary lead-acid battery is when the recharge or equalizing charge is about two-thirds completed. In this condition the electrolyte should be brought up to the high line. Water tends to float on top of the electrolyte for awhile, but the gassing action of the latter part of the charging period will mix the water into the electrolyte. If temperatures may possibly drop below freezing, water should be added at the start of the recharge or equalizing charge to ensure thorough mixing with the acid solution.
Take care to keep the solution level below the top mark of the cell jar’s solution level markings while on equalize. Overflow of solution can occur during gassing if too much water is added to the electrolyte.