Lithium polymer batteries are rechargeable, but most lithium batteries are not. The lithium polymers can be charged hundreds of times and are more stable. Batteries tend to have a higher energy density, voltage, and self-discharge rates than other rechargeable batteries.

R&D AND RELIABILITY

Unlike the lead-acid battery which is flooded with monitored water levels, lithium-ion polymer batteries should not be flushed. This reduces the maintenance required to keep the battery running, which also eliminates the need to train new members of the process team and control machines to ensure water levels are correct. The lithium-ion battery also eliminates engine maintenance.

The average lifespan of a high-capacity lithium-ion battery can be eight years or more. The long service life helps ensure your investment in lithium-ion battery technology pays off.

Use of the fast-charging lithium-ion battery means less machine downtime when connected to the charging station. Of course, in a busy facility, the less time the machine has to be idle. The lithium-ion battery also reduces engine downtime and can be recharged if possible. This means that cleaning procedures should not be designed to fully charge the battery between uses, and also make it easier for team members to practice.

It improves indoor air quality and reduces the risk of accidents by eliminating exposure to flammable and acidic fuels that can be refilled with lithium-ion technology. You can also enjoy quiet operation at a low dBa sound level.

Lithium-ion batteries offer significant environmental benefits compared to other fossil fuel alternatives. With the steady increase in electric vehicles, we are seeing an immediate impact on reducing CO2 emissions. This also minimizes your gas purifier cost not only benefits your long-term costs but also helps make your business more sustainable.