Lithium-ion batteries are some of the most energy-efficient solutions out there, but there’s a lot that affects their efficiency besides just their internal chemistry. This blog will cover 5 factors that influence industrial battery efficiency and help you get the most return out of your investment.
Your operation needs to be a high performance to meet the demands of today’s fast-paced material handling operations. Downtime, wasted effort, and accidents mean lost productivity – and lost money. Why not choose the charging solution that allows you to meet those demands, and expand effortlessly in the future?
Li-ion batteries are revolutionizing the market for electric industrial trucks. And with good reason. High-performance energy cells score over traditional lead-acid batteries with world-leading performance, fast charging times, and zero maintenance.
New advancements, however, are making forklifts safer to operate, with more companies in the material handling industry investing in lithium-ion technology to power their equipment. Lithium-ion batteries offer several benefits, including increased efficiency, reduced maintenance, and a boosted cost savings. One of the biggest benefits is their enhanced safety features.
What if you could achieve greater productivity and efficiency, and experience cost savings while operating your material handling equipment with clean energy? Now, through the use of lithium-ion battery technology, these are realistic and viable goals.