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Utility & Switchgear Batteries

API, Inc. offers several stationary battery options for utility and switchgear applications.  Any amp-hr rating, for any amount of time, we can help size your stationary battery system to your load profile.  Just contact us with your specifications, and we’d be glad to help.

 

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PowerSafe DDm (200Ah to 2000Ah)
These versatile battery systems offer and ideal solution for large capacity VRLA requirements.  The “module” design concept with its integral racking system, provides a cost effective system with a compact, quick & simple installation process….[read more]

 

 

AbsolyteStackandModuleExide GNB Absolyte
Exide GNB Absolyte batteries are one of the world’s best selling large valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) battery brands.  GNB is an industry innovator of large format 2V, front terminal VRLA systems with field proven experience since 1983.  The GP & GX series of the Absolyte give you many options for your power configuration.

 

 

PowerSafe DSG (295Ah – 745Ah)
The PowerSafe® DSG battery has been carefully engineered to meet the varying power needs of the utility market. The lead-calcium design reduces the maintenance (watering intervals) associated with lead antimony batteries. This makes the DSG battery ideal for challenging utility switchgear applications. Its 0.25 inch positive grids are one of the thickest in the industry, making it an excellent… [read more]

 

 

 

PowerSafe EC (200Ah – 890Ah)
This vented lead acid (flooded) cell is the standard for the Utility industry.  The PowerSafe™ EC is a leadcalcium battery designed to meet the varied needs of the utility switchgear and telecom markets. The positive plate thickness of 0.340 inches is one of the thickest in the industry. This makes the battery an excellent long duration discharge battery.

PowerSafe CC (50Ah – 200Ah)
The PowerSafe™ CC battery has been carefully engineered to meet the varying power needs of the utility market. The lead-calcium design reduces the maintenance (watering intervals) associated with lead antimony batteries.