Battery Maintenance and Repair Services

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BTECH Announces: Battery Asset Management Program

BTECH announced a new Battery Asset Management Program that is designed to help new customers become proficient at utilizing vital battery data provided by their new BTECH Systems. The predictive capability of BTECH Technology eliminates a major risk to your mission critical systems. BTECH Technology identifies batteries in their earliest stages of deterioration and then delivers vital early...

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Controls & Controllers

Service maximizes performance of battery systems.

Liebert Battery Monitoring Service combines Alber battery monitoring technology with proactive maintenance and service response to identify problems before they occur and help eliminate downtime. Service continuously diagnoses all critical battery parameters, such as cell voltage, overall string voltage, current, and temperature. Once data is gathered, it is archived and trended to help identify...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Battery Maintenance System helps prevent dead batteries.

PowerPulse(R) electronic device uses battery's own energy to help prevent sulfation buildup and related problems, extending battery life and maintaining peak efficiency. Using ReNew-IT Pulse Technology, it collects small amount of energy from battery, reconditions it and returns it to battery as pulsating dc current. This current re-energizes and removes lead sulfate deposits from plates and then...

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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations
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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations

EPA Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Limitations Guidelines, or ELG’s, impact coal-fired power plant operations and their wastewater management. Specifically, the ELG’s impose limits for suspended solids, arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrate/nitrite for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater. These regulations drive the need for technology based solutions that address and adapt to variables such as the nature of wastewater streams, types of contaminants, contaminant loading, and costs. In this guide you will learn about the best available technologies for complying with the new standards. One of the leading contenders in this process is the Fluidized Bed Reactor or FBR, which removes soluble selenium and other metals from FGD wastewater. Advantages of fluidized bed reactors include optimum microorganism efficiency, smaller overall footprint, steady-state operation, lower hydraulic residence times, system robustness, and lower costs. Download this guide for additional information on FBR technology for treating FGD wastewater, including pilot studies and tests, and polishing selenium removal options.

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