how much space do you need in you battery storage systems?

by:CTECHi     2021-07-03
Forklift batteries need to be charged regularly.
The usual practice is to remove them from the forklift and put them in the battery storage system for charging.
In order to determine how much space is available for storage, the manager must understand how many units are idle at any given time. Cycles vs.
This is called a cycle each time the power battery is partially discharged and charged.
The type and frequency of the cycle have a significant impact on the life of the unit.
The lighter the cycle, which means that the less total power discharged from the battery before charging, the longer the life span.
Some manufacturers use this shallow
Exaggerate the cycle of battery life.
A cell may be rated for 20 years, but a beautifully read print will be found if it is only discharged 5%.
A more realistic 50% discharge can easily reduce the life of the cell to 5 years or less.
However, users can extend their life by not fully discharging the battery before putting it into the battery storage system for charging.
In the industrial cycle, a device is discharged slightly and then recharged.
This will make the life of the unit very long, but will reduce the productivity to zero.
It takes time and effort to replace the battery during the replacement phase where the forklift is not working.
Change is also dangerous, dealing with these heavy acids
Even with the use of appropriate lifting equipment and safety protocols, objects filled often increase the chances of injury to workers.
To minimize forklift downtime, some factories do not wisely run the vehicle to near zero charging before replacing the vehicle.
They don\'t think this deep bike will reduce life and eventually lead to more frequent replacement.
They are trying to save money by reducing downtime, thus increasing the cost of buying new batteries.
The standard procedure is a factory that shifts once a day, and the standard procedure is to move the battery to the battery storage system at night and let them charge overnight.
This is usually a good balance between a relatively shallow cycle and a reasonable production loss.
This requires storage space equal to the number of batteries in use.
For facilities that work two or three shifts a day, a similar schedule is often resolved.
When each shift is off, the battery is removed and charged and immediately replaced by a new charging unit in the storage system.
Due to the overhead of replacing the battery, the required storage is usually equal to the number of batteries in use multiplied by the daily shift.
Therefore, a three-shift facility with 10 forklifts may have 30 battery storage systems to handle.
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