Here at Advanced Battery Care, we benefit from 20 years of high quality battery maintenance experience. We provide a battery maintenance programme using the best technologies available. We have the use of the EC2000 electrochemical analyser, providing far more comprehensive data on battery condition.
Our experienced engineers visit your site to carefully test each battery cell or monobloc and provide a report on the battery condition. We use the latest technologies to ensure cost effective and simple testing to reduce power failure and lost of business.
We offer the most advanced fixed battery monitoring system. The information from the monitor is fed to the cloud and analysed by our team of specialist engineers. Available as a service under an Op-Ex payment plan this system avoids high initial Cap-Ex costs and provides reports on battery condition e-mailed from our team of Analysts.
Did you know it only takes one battery cell in a string to fail to compromise your entire system? Using a Canara monitoring systems you will reduce the risks of power loss.
The main benefits of Canara monitoring include:
Specialist UPS Battery Maintenance
Advanced Battery Care comes first for UPS battery maintenance because of its investment in the most up to date technologies.
At Advanced Battery Care we are always amazed at how many battery maintenance companies still offer basic single frequency impedance testing as their main method of testing batteries when there are more effective methods available. Our MD, David Fremlin, was involved in the design and manufacture of an impedance tester in the 1990’s and comments as follows.
“In the 1990’s the VRLA battery was still a fairly new technology and batteries were experiencing problems with internal corrosion. Impedance testing was very good at detecting that. However, those problems have long been eliminated by improvements in battery manufacturing technology. It is no longer effective to measure the internal resistance of what is a fairly complex electrochemical device and use that basic information to determine the condition of the battery. Multi-frequency electrochemical analysers, such as our hand held EC2000 unit, offer additional information such as sulphation and electrolyte dry out percentages. Why is that important? Because simple impedance testing only indicates when the battery is failing; the information we get is far more helpful in making adjustments to the operating environment thereby achieving longer battery life and providing, in many cases, a substantial ROI”.
That sums up what we offer – we don’t just tell you when your battery has failed and offer to sell you a new one. We record detailed information that enables us to keep your battery in reliable operating condition for the maximum time possible.