Battery range covers all applications

Published:  12 February, 2020

ENERSYS reports its NexSys battery range now covers all materials handling vehicle applications

Thin Plate Pure Lead (TPPL) battery technology from EnerSys, long-established in providing highly flexible, maintenance-free operation for materials handling vehicles, is now available in two forms. First is the NexSys Core battery (available only in EMEA markets), a high-performance alternative to traditional lead-acid batteries. Then, for users seeking even more enhanced capabilities, outstanding cycling performance in Partial State of Charge (PSoC) operations and increased cycle life, there is the new NexSys Pure battery. Comprising TPPL technology with the addition of carbon in the active material formulation, the NexSys Pure battery is powerful enough to offer a compelling alternative to lithium-ion (Li-ion) in many applications.

“With these two NexSys batteries, we can meet the needs of all electric materials handling vehicle users," comments Sorelle Metiendjo Tiam, advanced technologies product manager EMEA at EnerSys. Tiam continued: “Those that would have previously deployed traditional lead-acid batteries can benefit from the superior performance of the NexSys Core battery; for them, this battery becomes the standard solution. Similarly, the NexSys Pure battery offers an attractive lower price alternative to lithium-ion for users seeking the highest level of performance.”

The NexSys battery family offers users a full spectrum of choice. The NexSys Core battery is currently optimised to achieve 100% energy throughput for low to medium-duty operations. In contrast, the NexSys Pure battery delivers up to 160% energy throughput per day. This means the NexSys family offers true flexibility for all material handling applications.

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