Flooded Lead Acid Batteries

DCU / DU 50 – 200 AH/8 HR
JC 50 – 300 AH/8 HR
DJ 110 – 200 AH/8 HR
KCR / KAR 200 – 825 AH/8 HR
4 LCY 248 – 669 AH/8 HR
KCT / KT 270 – 720 AH/8 HR
4LCY (Switchgear) 248-669 Ah/8HR
4LCY / 4LY (telecom) 290 – 660 AH/8 HR
CPV 550 – 2,600 AH/8 HR
LCT / LT 840 – 2,320 AH/8 HR
LCR / LCY / LAR 900 – 2,400 AH/8 HR
LCT-HP 1,680 – 1,805 AH/8 HR
LCUN 1304-2318 AH/8HR
LCT II 1700 1,700 AH/8 HR
MCT II 3,000 – 4,000 AH/8 HR
XDJ 0.335 – 0.650 KW per cell
XT Antimony 0.810 – 6.577 KW per cell
XT Series/XT Plus 0.370 – 7.523 KW per cell
Stationary Engine Starting 420 – 630 AH/8 HR

 

Flooded Battery Racks

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C&D Technologies RDB racks offer a variety of quality and value-added features. Most notably, the racks take advantage of a “common-frame” design among the Standard, EP1, and EP2 series for all but the RDC 3 Tier EP2 rack.

 

VRLA Batteries

Long Duration 30 – 180 AH/8 HR
High Power Series 33 – 100 AH/8 HR
VRSolar® 33 – 100 AH/8 HR
Deep Cycle 33 – 100 AH/8 HR
LIBERTY® Front Access 100 – 150 AH/8 HR
LIBERTY® 1000 100 – 600 AH/8 HR
Long Duration Front Access 105 – 170 AH/8 HR
Broadband 160 – 180 AH/8 HR
msEndur II 295 – 2,180 AH/8 HR
MSE 960 – 1,440 AH/8 HR
LIBERTY® 1000 0.092 – 2.063 kW-15 min.
UPS High Rate Max 0.100 – 0.620 kW-15 min.
msEndur II 0.669 – 3.121 kW-15 min.

 

VRLA Racks & Cabinets

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Spill Containment Systems

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C&D Technologies provides Spill Containment Systems for batteries and standby racks to meet current code requirements. These Spill Containment Systems are designed to protect employees and the environment by containing and neutralizing electrolyte in the event of an electrolyte spill.

Basic Chemistry of Lead Acid

Initial Charge:
Anode Reaction: 2H+(aq) + 2e− → H2(g)
Cathode Reaction: Pb(s) + 2H2O(l) → PbO2(s) + 2H+(aq) + 2e−

Discharge:
Anode Reaction: Pb(s) + HSO−4(aq) → PbSO4(s) + H+(aq) + 2e−
Cathode Reaction: PbO2(s) + HSO−4(aq) + 3H+(aq) + 2e− → PbSO4(s) + 2H2O(l)

Recharge:
Anode Reaction:PbSO4(s) + H+(aq) + 2e− → Pb(s) + HSO−4(aq)
Cathode Reaction: PbSO4(s) + 2H2O(l) → PbO2(s) + HSO−4(aq) + 3H+(aq) + 2e−