Longer battery life, minimised operating costs, sustainable usage of resources
During each charging and discharging process, the battery temperature increases significantly due to electrochemical reactions within the battery. This means that when the batteries charging and discharging cycles follow in quick succession without sufficient cooling phases, there is a risk of overheating. This must be avoided, as it reduces the service life and the achievable discharge cycles of traction batteries. For an economical and trouble-free operation of the industrial trucks, it is important to always observe the cooling phases and use all drive batteries present in the battery pool in a balanced way. POWER news spoke about this topic with Peter Hoeptner, Sales Manager Traction for BENNING.
Read the full POWERnews interview and find out more about the advantages of NBS Dynamic.