Aatous Power is a high performance battery designed to meet the demands of a wide range of industrial applications. The Aatous Power- Tubular, range is modular in structure and is capable of accommodating a wide spectrum of capacities depending on the application.
Our batteries work with uninterrupted power supply for inverters and other stationary applications. We provide these batteries in different capacities, ranging from 40ah to 240 AH (C 10 & C 20 hour rating). Our clients are provided with option to choose between the tubular and the flat plate designs.
Positive plates made from selenium and Silver alloy while negative plates from calcium alloy.
Export to many countries like Bangladesh, Srilanka, Central African Republic, Behrain, Egypt , Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen. Maldieves
|Tubular Grid Plates||230 mm|
|Expected Life||6 years plus|
Our wide range of Tower Tubular Batteries
are used in various fields such as electric power transmission line tower, telecommunication tower, Solar Panels, Wind Power, broadcasting tower, watching tower, microwave tower, mapping tower, communication tower, crossing-river tower, chimney tower and other applications. These batteries are available in various technical specifications to suit the varied requirements of the clients.Features:
- Extra Hi power
- Long back up
- Deep cycling use
- Durable performance
- Low maintenance
- Online UPS
- Offline UPs
- Lift Back Inverter
- Household Inverter
- Solar Product
- Wind Power
- Power Station and Power Plant
- Alarm system
Jumbo Tubular Batteries
|Battery Type|| Tubular Battery|
|Application||Solar Powered Systems|
are specifically designed batteries that by their very nature and chemical composition, lend themselves perfectly to solar powered systems.
Terms like sealed, semi-sealed, calcium, wet, flooded, gel and maintenance-free are commonly associated with solar batteriesFeatures:
- High capacity
- Long Back Up
- Fast Charging
- No risk of overcharging
- Reliable performance
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