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Over the years, Exide batteries have become the driving force in principal economic sectors globally. In many critical sectors batteries are essential to start electrically operated equipment and keep them running in absence of main power. Forklift Trucks in Material Handling applications, Mining Locomotives, Golf Cart, Electric Vehicles, Naval applications - all depend on Exide to fulfil their needs for start-up and motive power.
Exide Traction Batteries are supplied to one of the world's leading OEM Electric Truck Manufacturer in Germany, the country which is Exide's main Traction market after India.
An opportunity rapid charge battery enables the user to charge the battery in between breaks at a high current in order to receive more energy throughput before the battery is put on full charge. The major difference between opportunity rapid charging and opportunity charging is that in case of ORC (opportunity rapid charge), the charging current is considerably higher (maximum of 40% of rated Ah). This allows the user to pump in more energy in a PSOC battery in a short time thus getting a higher energy throughput after every charge while compared to a normal opportunity charged battery.
The very popular and ever dependent HSP range has been powering various makes of forklifts for more than two decades. The HSP range is available in BS and DIN range from 58Ah to 841 Ah in BS and 120Ah to 1400Ah in DIN. Available in both British and Continental standards, the HSP range can fit into all the makes of forklifts.
The Exide Gen-X range comes with 15% additional capacity in the same dimensions of the HSP range. The higher diameter of the gauntlet tubes increases the annular volume resulting in increased power. The advance formula of Red lead and Grey oxide used in the positive active material ensures increased power and long life. The Exide Gen-X range of batteries is at the highest technology level and has very high efficiency.
EIL Traction Gel batteries are valve regulated, maintenance free batteries, unlike conventional batteries with liquid electrolyte they have immobilized electrolyte (Gelled sulphuric acid). Instead of a vent plug, a valve is used to regulate the internal gas pressure, preventing the ingress of oxygen from the air and allowing the escape of excess charging gasses. When operating valveregulated leadacid batteries the same safety requirements as for vented cells apply, to protect against hazards from electric current, from explosion of electrolytic gas and - with some limitations - from the corrosive electrolyte. Battery valves should never be removed.
These batteries do not require topping up with distilled or demineralized water.
Bolt-On Terminals mark a significant advance over weld-on terminals in all respects. The multiple benefits
Accurate and timely topping up with no Under-watering. Water is lost from the electrolyte primarily through evaporation and electrolysis (gassing) during charging. Due to this water loss, there is a chance of the plate being exposed to air, which over a period of time can lead to hard Sulphate formation on the plate thereby reducing life and capacity.
Proper topping-up of batteries is essential for maintaining them in perfect health. So far, manual topping-up was the norm. The Auto Fill system changes the parameters, principally Auto Fill ensures -