There are different types of industrial batteries. Nickel Cadmium
industrial batteries are batteries that use Nickel Oxide as their
positive electrodes, Cadmium compounds as their negative electrodes,
and Potassium Hydroxide solutions as their electrolytes. These
industrial batteries are rechargeable and can be used over and
over again. They are also referred to as NiCd or NiCad batteries.
Lithium Ion industrial batteries use Lithium Metallic Oxides
for its positive electrodes, Carbon for the negative electrodes.
These industrial batteries are also known as Li-ion. These
batteries are rechargeable and have been utilized in cell
phones, digital cameras, and notebook computers.
Nickel-Metal Hydride industrial
batteries are also known as NiMH. Again, these are rechargeable
batteries and are similar to the Nickel Cadmium industrial batteries.
These batteries have been used in Hybrid Vehicles. A Hybrid Vehicle
is a vehicle that uses multiple sources of energy such as gasoline
and electric batteries.
Valve Regulated Lead Acid Batteries
otherwise known as VRLA are industrial batteries that are long
life and designed to last between 6 and 9 years. Some of the
VRLA industrial batteries will even last between 10-12 years.
These VRLA industrial batteries are used for equipment such as medical
equipment, electric lawn mowers, and electric cars.
Dry Cell industrial batteries are batteries that are the most common
forms of batteries. The dry cell batteries come in forms such as D, C,
AA, AAA, N, and 9V.
If you are interested in purchasing industrial batteries, you
may want to do some research on different voltages and prices
on the Internet. A great place to start is http://www.batteryspace.com.
You can copy and paste their URL into your Internet browser
to access their web page. Along with the above-mentioned
industrial batteries, they also carry industrial batteries
such as car batteries, aircraft batteries, robot batteries,
and Laptop batteries.
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