Lead Acid Battery

A Lead Acid battery is a widely used, traditional energy storage technology known for its reliability and affordability. These batteries consist of lead dioxide (positive electrode), sponge lead (negative electrode), and a sulfuric acid electrolyte solution. They are commonly found in various applications, including automotive vehicles, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), and backup power systems. Lead Acid batteries provide a relatively low energy density and have a limited lifespan, with performance deteriorating over time due to sulfation. They require regular maintenance, such as topping up electrolyte levels and equalization charging, and can be heavy and bulky. Despite these limitations, they remain a popular choice for certain applications due to their cost-effectiveness and established technology.
Lead Acid battery

Lead Acid battery

Traction lead-acid batteries are a type of rechargeable battery commonly used for powering electric vehicles, including forklifts, golf carts, and industrial machinery. These batteries consist of lead dioxide and sponge lead immersed in an electrolyte solution of sulfuric acid. They provide a reliable and costeffective energy source for various applications, offering the ability to deliver high current for extended periods. Traction lead-acid batteries are known for their durability, with the capacity to withstand deep discharges and harsh operating conditions. However, they have limitations such as a relatively shorter lifespan compared to newer battery technologies like lithium-ion, as well as regular maintenance requirements such as watering and equalization charging to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

Technical features


Positive Plates Tubular
Positive Active Mass Red Lead made from 99.99% Pure Lead
Negative Active Mass Producing Lead Oxide In-House
Plate Alloy Lead Antimony
Container Polypropylene (PP)
Lid Polypropelene (PP)
Separator Enveloped Highly Porous
Gauntlet Non Wooven
Bottom Bar Ultrasonic Welding
Terminal Conical Pole (M10)
Tray Fully Plastic Coated Steel
Connectors Insulated Flexible Bolt-on
Bolt Plastic Headed Bolt
Battery Sockets DIN & Flat Pole Options
Exit Cables Insulated & Flexible
Automatic Filling System Optional
Airlift System Optional
Operating Temperature -20°C to 45°C
Cycle Life up to 1500 Cycles (80% DoD at 30 °C)