Our State-of-the-Art Manufacturing Facilities are based at Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, India spreading over total area of about twenty seven thosand square feet manufacturing unit wide range of tubular and automotive Batteries and other energy products.
U-Power Tech is the leading brand in the battery field, having the production capacity of two hundred batteries on daily basis. Major divisions that manufactures high quality Inverter battery, Solar battery, Automotive Car Batteries, E-Rickshaw battery and SMF (VRLA) battery, all our products marketed under our own brand name U-Power Tech. It is supported with one of the best team who are engaged in batteries manufacturing and supplying business from the last four decades and delivering the energy products successfully.
Our positive spine grids are cast using cutting edge technology on Zibo Torch Energy pressure die automatic casting machines.
The negative grids are cast on Devaki (India) Automatic Grade Casting Machine.
The positive tubular plate filling mechanism comprises of an electromagnetic vibrator modified to prevent lead dust spillage. The minimum productivity per eight-hour shift in the range of 600 to 800 nos. depending on plate size.
We use HYGRO chamber constructed by 100 mm thick PUF insulated panels, all the interior and ducts made out of Stainless steel and external of chamber fabricated from GI Powder coated panels.
Connecting of positive plates in each cell are connected in parallel to provide a positive bus of the required current output, which is connected to the positive terminal of the cell. Similarly, the negative plates are bussed and connected to the negative terminal.
The positive and negative grids grouped with separators, we use the "DARAMIC" battery separators for all of our tubular and automotive batteries.
The tubs which hold the cells are made out of a tough plastic compound. Each tub has 6 individual compartments for each cell group. The cells are placed in these tubs manually.
The plastic lid is manually placed on top of the tub, before a machine automatically heat-seals the whole shell together.
The batteries are charged from 14-40 hours in charging tanks. To keep temperatures in check, the tanks are filled with water.
A final check for leaks, irregularities, correct voltage and short circuits, is conducted on HRD testing Units with IGBT Technology.