1. Sealed Construction
The unique construction and sealing techniques of the SPARTA batteries guarantee leak-proof operation in any position with no adverse effect to capacity or service life. The extra strong construction ABS container reduces case bulging and plate warping, ensuring long life and high performance.
2. Electrolyte Suspension System
SPARTA batteries utilize an electrolyte suspension system consisting of a high porosity, glass fiber material which in conjunction with plates, totally absorb and contain the electrolyte.
3. Gas Generation
SPARTA batteries incorporate a built-in design that controls gas generation and induces recombination of more than 99% of gases generated during float usage.
4. Maintenance Free Operation
There is no need to check specific gravity of the electrolyte or add water to SPARTA batteries during float service life, in fact, there is no provision for this type of maintenance.
5. Low Pressure Valve Regulated System
SPARTA batteries are equipped with safety release valves, designed to operate between 2 and 5 psi and automatically reseal. Hence, there is never an excessive accumulation of gas within the battery.
6. Heavy Duty Grids
Heavy duty lead calcium tin alloy grids provide an extra margin of performance and service life in either float or cyclic applications, even after repeated over discharges.
7. Cyclic Service Life
More than 1000 discharge/recharge cycles can he realized from SPARTA batteries, dependent on the average depth of discharge.
8. Float Service Life
In float service applications, 22Ah and down batteries have an expected life span of 4 to 6 years; 24Ah and up batteries have an expected life span of 6 to 8 years.
9. Self Discharge-Shelf Life
The self discharge rate of the SPARTA batteries at room temperature is approximately 3% of rated capacity per month.
10. Operating Temperature
SPARTA batteries may be operated over a broad range of ambient temperatures.
11. Deep Discharge Recovery
Unique technical processes are used into the grid alloy and electrolyte additives, so that the SPARTA batteries can be recharged easily to a normal level even after being over-discharged.
A partial list of common applications include:
1. Burglar and Fire Alarm
2. Office Machines
3. Cash Registers
4. Solar Power Devices
6. U.P.S. Equipment
7. Emergency Lighting
1. Audio & Video Equipment
2. Portable Lights
3. Electric Wheelchairs
4. Test Equipment
5. Geophysical Equipment
1. Medical Equipment
3. Cellular Telephones
1. ISO 9001
The quality systems have been recognized and registered by the Quality Assurance Corporate Registration System as conforming with ISO 9001.
2. JIS (Japan Industrial Standards)
Our sealed lead acid batteries comply with JTS C 8702.
3. UL recognition
Our SLA batteries fill into UL 1989(Standby Batteries).UL 1989 requires that the battery is free from the hazard of bursting, that is, when the battery is overcharged the vent valve opens to release internal pressure.
4. CE and other recognition