Trojan Battery Co. has added T2 Technology to its flooded, deep-cycle batteries, including its batteries used in solar energy installations.
According to Trojan Battery, the metallic composition of the company's proprietary Alpha Plus Paste with the new T2 metal agent achieves an optimal balance between larger and smaller crystals, resulting in a uniform structure. This refined structure further enhances Alpha Plus Paste's porosity development, resulting in a battery that delivers more sustained capacity and higher total accumulated ampere-hours.
The new technology also includes the Maxguard T2 advanced separator, which features a multi-rib geometry designed to keep acid channels open longer, enhancing electrochemical processing while reducing the risk of stratification, the company adds.Â
The Maxguard T2 separator features a proprietary rubber-based material formulation which inhibits antimony transfer between the positive and negative grids, a protection not available in many other competitor batteries. T2 Technology increases the thickness of the separator back web by 15% strengthening the structural integrity of the separator.Â
Full production of T2 batteries will begin in June, and products will be available to the worldwide master distributor network at that time. The products feature an 18-month warranty.
Trojan Battery Co.: (800) 423-6569
SOURCE: Trojan Battery Co.