Eastman Gel Technology

Eastman gel batteries built with innovation and advanced technology.

Eastman Next - Generation No Maintenance Gel Batteries

Eastman gel battery technology offers gel battery range from VRLA (valve-regulated lead-acid battery) batteries. It has jellified electrolytes with sulphuric acid mixed in fumed silica gel to form an immobile consistent gel as a gel electrolyte. A gel battery is needed to be kept upright like a flooded wet-cell lead-acid battery. It is designed in tube form for positive plate and grid pasted design for the negative plate in order to assemble more active material as compared to other technology. It contrives consistently at the high-temperature rate.

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Investing substantially in the creation of path-breaking technologies, The Tubular battery manufactured by Eastman is way ahead of other options available in the market. We are one of the leading manufacturer of Indus

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  • How Does Gel Battery Work?

    Eastman Gel Batteries have special plate design and high-pressure venting system that increases it’s ability to withstand harduous service conditions and makes it completely maintenance free. Eastman Gel Batteries is the best choice to opt.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Eastman Gel Battery Technology is made with advanced engineering and innovation. Here we answer all your queries regarding our battery.

  • Tips for Gel Technology Maintenance

    Like any other product or tool, Gel Technology based products also have a few guidelines and tips for proper upkeep and efficient use. Gel batteries are sensitive to dust and other contaminants, so, it's important to ensure that the battery top is always clean, dry and dirt-free. To avoid losing energy and efficient functioning, inspect the screws, terminals, clamps, and cables of your gel battery for breakage, damage or loose connections.

    • Always ensure that the battery top is clean, dry and dirt-free.
    • Inquire the screws, terminals, clamps, and cables for breakage, damage or loose connections.
    • Check the battery case to inquire physical or any other damage. This will indicate whether the battery is overheated or overcharged.
    • Always ensure that the battery has sufficient electrolyte covering the battery plates.
    • Always use distilled water and avoid tap water and sulphuric acid.
    • Regularly check the state of charge indicator. It will help you attend to the condition of the battery.
    • Always fully charge the battery before storing it for a period of time.
  • Tips for Gel Handling

    Gel Batteries have a different make and structure from other batteries, which means that they also have a different way of handling them. Gel batteries get charged at a lower voltage. So you should be careful about overvoltage as it can lead to the failure or inefficient performance of the batteries. Along with overvoltage, you should also ensure that a suitable preferably a pure sine wave inverter is used consistent with the Ah of the battery. Apart from these basic tips, you should take special care of the following tips. Apply petroleum jelly to terminals and secure external wire to the battery.

  • Technical Data Sheet

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  • Why Eastman Gel Technology is better?

    Eastman Gel Technology has jellified electrolytes and sulphuric acid which is mixed with fumed silica gel to form an immobile consistent gel. This gel basd technology makes Eastman Gel Batteries better than other Batteries. Eastman batteries can be kept upright like a flooded wet-cell lead-acid battery have more cranking power when you need it with a hassle-free non-spillable packaging. These batteries can be mounted in any position and work very well even in hot weather condition.

    Applications of Tubular Gel Batteries

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