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  • Cilindrical Cell

    Cylindrical lithium batteries, as the name suggests, feature electrodes that are encased in a cylindrical cell that is wound very tightly within a specially designed metal casing. Typical applications for the cylindrical cell are power tools, medical instruments, laptops and e-bikes.

  • Lead acid AGM /GEL Battery

    AGM technology became popular in the early 1980s as a sealed lead acid battery for military aircraft, vehicles and UPS to reduce weight and improve reliability. The sulfuric acid is absorbed by a very fine fiberglass mat, making the battery spill-proof. This enables shipment without hazardous material restrictions.

  • OPzS

    Armored batteries equipped with positive plates / Manufactured with liquid electrolyte. Designed for use in systems of backup power supply of industrial equipment, power plants, telecommunications, as well as in standard power supplies.

  • OPzV

    Is a series of sealed, lead-acid batteries with tubular positive plates and gel electrolyte. Tubular plates reduce the size and dimensions of the battery while maintaining high electrical performance.

  • Prismatic Cell

    Prismatic cells are contained in a rectangular can. The electrodes are either stacked or in the form of a flattened spiral. They are usually designed to have a very thin profile for use in small electronic devices such as mobile phones.