NDP Battery made in India
with German technology
Microtex has been manufacturing NDP batteries since 1984 for Standby battery applications meeting National & International Standards
When you need a failsafe battery bank, trust Microtex 2V NDP batteries
2V NDP batteries are standby battery power storage units. They are lead-acid tubular flooded batteries housed in robust battery-grade PPCP containers. 2V NDP batteries have a cell voltage of 2 volts & are connected together to obtain higher voltages from 20Ah to 1100Ah
Microtex 2V NDP batteries with deep-discharge performance are available for
- Power Generation
- Power sub-stations
- Nuclear Power plants
- Solar Energy
- Offshore oil rigs
- Petrochemical complex
- UPS systems
- Railway signalling
- Process Industries
- C & I
High-performance NDP tubular standby batteries with Selenium low antimony tubular plate
Microtex 2V NDP Battery for deep-cycle applications
What sets our 2V NDP battery apart from the rest?
- Efficiency: When you need dependable Standby power with high efficiency
- Reliability: Peace of mind that the Standby battery backup power supply will remain constant; long power backup discharges during a power outage
- Design: German design of battery capacity that meets national & international specifications
- Durability: Robust heavy-duty construction, coupled with deep-discharge performance
- Price: A realistic, and competitive 2V NDP battery price in India
- Delivery: On time, every time; Guaranteed supplies
- After-sales: A fully committed, PAN India customer care service is available a phone call away to solve any issue quickly and efficiently
Made in India with German Technology
- Trouble-free battery performance
- Very low maintenance with water topping up periods of once in 12 – 15 months
- Our 2V NDP batteries deliver the correct rated capacity
- A dedicated design team for customer service to help you through selection & sizing options
- Microtex 2V NDP batteries have been supplied from 1984 to Commercial & Industrial customers in India and have a designed life of 10 years
- The combination of alloys with, Tin, Selenium, low antimony, tubular positive plates deliver the best performance in lead acid plate technology for extended battery life & performance.
- Selenium is a grain refiner & creates the right metallurgical structure to mitigate corrosion so optimally required for lead acid grid technology
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Microtex 2V NDP Battery technical information & downloads
Microtex NDP batteries are available from 2v 20Ah to 2v 1100Ah in modern hermetically heat-sealed PPCP battery containers & in transparent Styrene Acrylonitrile (SAN) containers
|Positive plate||Tubular plate with special Tin Selenium Low Antimony Lead alloy|
|Negative plate||Flat pasted with nanocarbons & special additives|
|Separators||Microporous PVC battery separators|
|Container||Impact-resistant battery grade Polypropylene Copolymer (PPCP) or in SAN|
|Cover/lid||PPCP /ABS with large visual indicators for polarity|
|Specific gravity||1.200SG @ 27ºC|
|Terminal pillar post||Hardened lead alloy – leak proof with brass/copper inserts|
|Intercell connectors||Electrolytic grade lead plated copper connectors of rated capacity|
|Vent plugs||Aqua trap ceramic vent plug with flame arrestor|
|Operating temperature||-20ºC to 55ºC optimum recommended temp is 10ºC to 30ºC|
|Depth of discharge||normally up to 80%|
|IU Characteristics||Imax without limitation|
|U=2.23 V/cell +- 1% between 10ºC and 55ºC|
|Float current||15mA/100Ah increasing to 30mA/100Ah at the end of life|
|Boost charge||U=2.35 to 2.40V/cell time limited|
|Charging time up to 88%||6h with 1.5xI10 Initial current, 2.23 V/cell, which was previously discharged up to 71.7% C3 rate|
2V NDP batteries are not kept in stock and are usually delivered in 60 days. We ensure that you get factory fresh batteries for your order every time.
- Each 2V NDP cell is cushioned well and placed inside wooden crates suitable for safe transport.
- Standard 1 year for all supplies
Microtex NDP Battery generally conform to
- DIN 40 736 part 1,
- Tests according to IEC 60 896-11 and safety standards, ventilation
- DIN EN 50 272-2
Our labs are equipped with state-of-the-art high-quality life-cycle testers from world-class suppliers Bitrode and Digatron to ensure our batteries stand meet the required electrical parameters to the test of time.
August 29, 2007
Dr Wieland Rusch, a leading battery scientist & inventor of copper stretch metal submarine batteries, joins Microtex to develop the complete range of 2V HDP/NDP battery
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Why choose a Microtex 2V NDP battery?
Technical information & characteristics
The failsafe battery, with German technology
with more benefits for you
Here is the perfect solution if you want trouble-free battery performance
What is the cost of an NDP battery bank?
Experience shows that 80% of 2V NDP batteries last only 6 to 8 years.
Don’t let that happen! Choose long-lasting deep-cycle batteries from Microtex.
- Long service life – 10 years designed life – best return on investment cost
Dependable lead acid battery capacity so you can get complete performance. Your return on investment in Microtex NDP batteries ensures the long term cost is way lower.
Why Microtex Batteries are made better?
Microtex produces the specially designed lead alloys, lead oxides, grid castings, pasted plates, injection-moulded containers, multi-tubular gauntlets, PVC separators in house, and produces the complete battery using state-of-the-art industry-standard battery making machinery. Our batteries are built with proven designs and undergo complete life cycle testing to international norms before they are offered to the market. The electrical lab is complete with high-quality LCT from world-class suppliers Bitrode and Digatron.
Fun fact for you...! What does NDP battery mean? | NDP battery full form
On an interesting note… what is NDP battery meaning? NDP is an acronym and stands for Normal Density Power
Microtex 2V Battery Applications
Microtex NDP Battery for Nuclear power Industry
Microtex NDP batteries are live in various reactors
Microtex NDP Battery for Thermal Power Plants
Dependable Standby batteries
NDP Battery for Hydro-Electric power Industry
Deep Discharge Standby battery power systems
Microtex 2V NDP Battery for Off-shore Oil Rigs & Petroleum Industry
When the mission is critical you need a reliable NDP Battery for Standby power
2V NDP Batteries for mission-critical industries where power failure is not acceptable like in Nuclear power generation plants, Thermal power stations, Hydro-electric power plants, Electricity substation battery requirements, Large Solar off-grid systems, Oil & gas industry, Petrochemical plants, Controls & Switchgears
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German Designs - Made for Indian conditions
Microtex batteries are designed by Dr Wieland Rusch a leading battery scientist & inventor of the copper stretch metal submarine battery design.
Comparable to any leading international brands of batteries – our designs match with the best in the world.
Established in 1969, Microtex is known for its legendary quality
Microtex batteries are known the world over for its dependable & reliable battery performance
Unlike competitors, Microtex makes the complete battery & all its components in house
Microtex produces in house, the specially designed lead alloys, lead oxides, grid castings, pasted plates, injection-moulded containers, multi-tubular gauntlets (PT Bags), PVC separators and produces the complete battery using state of the art industry standard battery making machinery.
Our happy customers
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Microtex Reputation. Highly demanding customer base
- Indian Railways
- Oil companies
- Nuclear Power Corporation of India
- Electricity substations & Power Generating Stations across India
- Telecom operators
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Established in 1969
Exporting Batteries to 43 countries since 1977!
Battery manufacturing plant in India
What Microtex customers experience
Main advantages of modern technology NDP cells over expensive & flat plate Plante battery type
|Plante Battery||Microtex NDP Tubular plate battery||Remarks|
|Heavy grid & thin layer of active material on surface of grid||Tubular spine grid. Spines made at incredibly high hydraulic pressures up to 150 Bar. The active material is packed in a tubular bag||Active material during cycling in Plante battery will shed down. Whereas in Tubular plate OPzS battery, the active material will hold in the tubular bag.|
|Cover bulging & cover cracks during life due to normal positive plate growth||Special terminal bush design will allow the positive terminal pole to travel up to 12mm & keeps 100% seal against acid & gases||No failure due to plate growth in service life in Microtex OPzS batteries|
|Average cycle life||High cycle life||Life cycles 75% C4 (IEC)|
|Footprint 90% more than Microtex NDP batteries||Weight is less than Plante battery||The life cycle does not justify the high cost|
|Popular in use before 1960's||Microtex is having experience in making tubular batteries for 52 years||Tubular plate battery technology has taken over the redundant plante battery from 1960 onwards & proven worldwide|
|Oldest conventional design||Microtex uses latest appropriate European designs with modifications for hot tropical climates like in India||Gives excellent performance in service|
|Plante battery plate processing is critical & produces lot of effluents||Plate processing is not critical as plante & produces lot less effluents||Microtex OPzS batteries are produced in an environment friendly factory|
Microtex 2V NDP cells are the most popular battery in the power sector
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