Nickel cadmium Fibre PNE are constructed using Fibre positive and Pasted negative electrodes. The pasted negative electrode are designed with high power density and has less water consumption, thus reduces the periodicity of topping-up the cells with DI water. The sintered micro-porous separators and membrane separators provide insulation between the plates and permits free flow of electrolyte.
These batteries are built in polypropylene containers to which lids are thermally welded to withstand impact resistance. This type of cells are translucent in nature, so electrolyte levels can be visualized. Flame retardant containers in the other hand are Opaque in nature, so the levels of electrolyte is not visible. If requested by the customer, flame retardant cells can be offered.
Steel or Copper terminals and fasteners give these batteries the ruggedness required to meet the demanding application needs. Single cells are provided with reliable flame-arresting vents and are assembled in stainless steel crates for easy handling.
- Lighter than conventional lead acid batteries.
- No topping-up with water required for long periods.
- Low life cycle cost when compared to conventional lead acid battery.
- Low initial cost when compared to Nickel cadmium sintered plate technology.
- Can withstand extreme temperatures without damage.
- Performs even at extremely low temperatures (less than -20 deg C).
- Service life will be longer.
- Number of cycles will be greater (around 3000 cycles).
- Quick charge capability (accepts more than 90% of charge within 5 hours).
- No change of electrolyte during its lifetime.
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