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Mitsubishi Warehouse Forklifts

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Consider the Fast Charge Option
When it comes to recharging the forklift battery, there is an old rule of thumb that goes something like this: utilize the battery for a shift of roughly 8 hours, charge it for 8 hours and then allow it to rest and cool for another 8 hours. This formula has changed for a lot of work applications which run more than one 8 hour shift. The fast charging option has become an extremely popular option to traditional charging and ever since its evolution; numerous businesses have chosen to make the switch.

What Are the Advantages of Fast Charging?

Less Charging Time
It could take a standard charger to charge a battery from 20% charged to 100% charged in roughly 8 hours. Fast charging could now accomplish this same charging in about an hour to an hour and a half! Numerous businesses utilize scheduled lunch and break times to complete this important task.

Easier Refills
Frequently, fast charge batteries also require a single-point watering system. This system means that users do not require removing the battery from the lift truck to be able to water it.

Temperature-Sensitive Design
These new fast charge batteries have a thermistor located next to the center cell so as to monitor temperature. Once the temperature gets to a specific level, the charge rate is reduced and sometimes even stopped in order to make sure the battery does not overheat. Unfortunately, this method could lead to an undercharged battery. There are several particular fast charge battery brands which utilize inter-cell connectors, extra thick posts and copper inserts so as to reduce heat generation and increase conductivity due to the higher current. These features help to allow the battery to accept a higher charge rate for a longer period of time.

These machinery have seen their overall production increase significantly ever since the fast charge battery system was created. Before, businesses used to require more than one machinery when they were operating around the clock; now they can use one lift truck twice as much in a day and save a lot of money by utilizing the fast charging batteries.

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