The industrial division of ECOBAT Battery Technologies (EBT) boasts one milestone after another, to provide the cleaning sector with the complete solution for its power storage requirements.

Cleaning machine manufacturers, suppliers, rental companies or direct purchasers have one thing in common,: the need for immediate access to a replacement should the machine’s existing battery fail.

With an unrivalled stock holding capability and a broad range of premium quality brands, including TAB, Sonnenschein, US Battery and Lucas, EBT Industrial provides the lifeline to deliver, and if necessary, install a substitute in the fastest possible time, therefore having the least impact on the machine’s downtime.

Alongside batteries, another vital ingredient for efficient machine operation is not simply a charger, but a charge regime that delivers the most efficient charging period, extended battery life and a reduction in energy consumption. To achieve these multiple objectives EBT Industrial also supplies a range of chargers including SPE and Fronius that enable it to select the most appropriate unit for the application.

In addition to these core components, EBT Industrial has a wealth of power storage knowledge and expertise and a team of service engineers able to visit, access, advise and support its customers, to ensure the battery/charger combination precisely fits the requirements and delivers the necessary performance for each and every application. Add into the mix a 13-branch network in locations from Scotland and North Wales, down to Bristol and across to Essex, which is able to provide a truly national service, and all the ingredients are in place to deliver the highest possible level of premium quality products and accessories, backed up with the best in customer service.


TECHNOLOGY’S SAKE? Specialist knowledge allows the EBT Industrial team to cut through the hyperbole and to get to the facts to ensure the most appropriate solution is found for any particular application, and this insight is vital for considering what is now one of the industry’s ‘in vogue’ products – lithium batteries.

There is no question that lithium batteries are an impressive piece of technology, but there remain some serious question marks, particularly concerning their cost and environmental credentials, over their suitability for the floor cleaning


sector and whether they really are the most appropriate replacement solution. On the other hand, traditional gel monoblocs, in some applications, no longer achieve the performance requirements, so is there an alternative?

THE THIRD WAY Bridging the gap, there is now a realistic, lead-acid alternative, a solution that delivers the power and deep cycle capability of lithium, with similar ‘real-world’ recharging periods, but at a significantly reduced cost. The answer is Lead Crystal.

Lead Crystal provides a genuine alternative because it is high performing and resilient, able to be discharged deeper, cycled more often and recover to full rated capacity over and over again, therefore delivering a prolonged service life.

The technology incorporated uses pure lead, high-purity calcium selenium plates and a safe silicon dioxide (SiO2


electrolyte solution that solidifies into a white crystalline powder when charged/discharged.

The environmental credentials of Lead Crystal are also a formidable challenge to lithium, which is a complex and, as yet, not fully-costed problem. By contrast, Lead Crystal contains no acid, no cadmium, no antimony and is 99% recyclable and classified as non-hazardous goods for transport.

EBT Industrial is now able to offer a wide range of Lead Crystal batteries, which are suitable for multiple cleaning machine applications. These sit alongside its existing product range and when fused with the company’s extensive expertise and high quality associated accessories, provide the cleaning industry with the ultimate battery solution.

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