flooded lead acid batteries for a wide range of applications.
flooded battery- Microtex low maintenance lead acid batteries- LMLA
flooded batteries. Microtex 2v.
2v batteries offer many benefits
When space is not a constraint, we recommend the low maintenance flooded lead acid batteries for your requirements. Benefits of a lower cost coupled with minimum
Microtex 2v Stationary batteries comply with IS 1651-1993,IS 13369-1992,IEC 61427, IEC 60896-21,22 & BS 6290 Part IV
Microtex 2v battery range
flooded batteries. EV battery.
Flooded batteries offer quick recovery from deep discharge.
Microtex offers tubular plate EV battery for traction applications. These EV batteries offer deep cycle performance and recover faster from deep discharges in electric vehicle applications.
Microtex EV Battery.
advantage of Microtex.
For detailed technical information like, GTP, Discharge curves and detailed drawings for any of the batteries you require, please send us an email on info @ microtexindia .com We shall send you the required information immediately.
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