If your business is a supermarket sure you are using batteries. Usually the supermarkets have a warehouse used by bulls, and usually in large numbers.
All of them, due to indoor air pollution problems, must use batteries to do the job and these in turn must be large because of the great efforts made by these machines lifts.
Generally these batteries have a lifespan of between 3 and 6 years and then are replaced by new ones. These batteries typically have a voltage that varies between 24 and 48 Volts.
The investment has been made for this type of battery is usually quite high and can go from 1000 to 8000 euros depending on the type and votatge having battery.
Supermarkets also use industrial cleaning equipment. For the same reason that the bulls have to use these batteries. The batteries used on these machines are usually 24 V.
These combinations of 6 or 12 volt batteries in series. Their lifespan varies between 3 and 6 years depending on factors of use, construction and maintenance.
The price of each pack varies between 400 and 800 euros depending on the type of battery used.
The system offered by our company enables these batteries to extend their life from a few years to double life.
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Therefore, the employer to look cheap aspects of your company will not hesitate to contact us to hire the service or captions you a demonstration.