The company will present a prototype of a mobile energy storage system at the International Fair "Interbat-2018" that will be held in Moscow, March 21st to 22nd.
Traditionally, gasoline and diesel generators are used as mobile self-contained power sources, the main disadvantages of these generators are exhaust gases, noise and fire hazard.
Nevertheless, due to the lack of alternative solutions, gasoline and diesel generators are widely used for repair, construction and installation works, in country houses and even in city parks, and at cultural events.
Liotech offers an alternative solution - a mobile energy storage system based on lithium-ion cells. It is a noiseless, eco-friendly and safe self-contained energy source that, unlike generators, is maintenance-free and operates at temperatures lower than minus 20 degrees.
Due to its small dimensions of 510x566x810 mm and relatively low weight, the Liotech mobile energy storage system allows to supply power to electric home appliances, commercial and electric construction equipment incl. in hard-to-reach places and common premises easy and without extra equipment. For example, if the energy storage capacity of the mobile energy storage system is equal to 2 kWh, the duration of a continuous autonomous operation of a universal electric drill is more than 3 hours, an electric screwdriver - up to 7 hours, and the freezer used for selling ice cream in parks - more than 8 hours.
Currently, Liotech receives requests for these products from companies that carry out repair and restoration work in the field of electric power supply. Among potential customers, we see and ordinary citizens using generators in country houses and for nature trips, since the cost of using the Liotech energy storage system during its life cycle is less than the cost of using a gasoline generator of equal power.
Liotech has already announced its readiness to release new products based on its own lithium-ion cells. The beginning of mass production of mobile energy storage systems with a power of 2 to 4 kWh is planned for the second half of 2018. At the same time, Liotech announces the launch of sales of home energy storage systems based on lithium-ion cells with a capacity of 3-10 kWh.
The wide application of the reliable and modern lithium-ion cells provides a complex approach to solving problems with energy conservation and energy efficiency, improving the state of the environment, conserving natural resources and improving the quality of life of people in our country.
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