Stored energy company EnerSys (NYSE:ENS) reported on Wednesday the receipt of a long term agreement, valued at over USD71m, for production and supply of its proprietary Thin Plate Pure Lead
(TPPL) Hawker ARMASAFE Plus batteries to the US military.
International Resource News-March 22, 2017--EnerSys receives long term contract for production and supply of Thin Plate Pure Lead
Hawker(R) ARMASAFE(R) Plus batteries
The emergence of a new type of lead-acid battery using a technology known as Thin Plate Pure Lead
(TPPL) now offers a practical and affordable alternative to conventional lead-acid and lithium-ion designs.
Motive power products include NexSys thin plate pure lead
(TPPL) batteries, optimized for cycling and long-life with rapid charging to enable high-rate fast charging during idle times, and Enforcer IMPAQ high-frequency modular chargers.
Batteries such as the EnerSys Odyssey use Thin Plate Pure Lead
(TPPL) technology and have an extremely high charge acceptance rate for faster charging, can be installed in any orientation and are rugged enough to handle the roughest seas.
subsidiary has received an initial contract award from the US Navy to produce valve-regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries using its proprietary thin plate pure lead
Constructed from thin plate pure lead
, the battery features compressed absorbed glass mat plate separators with high electrolyte absorption and stability to enhance cyclic capability and provide vibration resistance.
The contract is for producing valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries using the company's proprietary thin plate pure lead