Electric forklift trucks utilise traction batteries as their source of power. Traction batteries are made up of several individual cells, all linked together to form a battery. Each individual cell produces 2 volts and normally, trucks operate at 24v, 36v, 48v, 72v and 80v. Therefore, you will have 12, 24, 36 or 40 individual cells in the battery container.
Modern batteries are connected together using bolted connections but on older batteries the links between cells were welded. Bolted connections are safer and more resistant to corrosion than welded links. Each cell can be identified by having a ventcap.
If your forklift truck battery looks like the one below, you need to look at our traction battery page. Some small warehouse trucks often run on two monobloc batteries rather than traction cells.
If your batteries look like this, you need to look at our monoblocs pages.
Linde T16, Linde T20, Linde E12, Linde E14, Linde E14c, Linde E16, Linde E16c, Linde E18, Linde E18c, Linde E25, Linde E30, Linde E40
6FBM25, 7FB20, 7FBMF16, 5FBE18, 8FBES18, 6FBRE20, 7FBRE16
E2.00XL, E2.50XM, E2.00XMS, E4.00XL
315 Blitz, C3E15, RRB1, RWE1200, LSR1200, SPE125
Still RX50-10 ,13,15 or 16
Still RX20-14,16,18 and 20
Still RX20-14P,16P,18P and 20P
Still RX60-20,25,30,35 and 50
FB13-2R, FB15-2R, FB15M-2R, FB16-2R, FB16M-2R, FB18-2R, FB18M-2R, FB20-2R, FB20M-2R
FB16-20-25-30 H/G -1E
EP20-35K-PAC, EP13-20KT, EP13-20NT, EP10-15KRT, EP10-15KRT-PAC, NSP10-16K, EP20-35N, NR13-20K, NR13-20N, EP13-20T
We also offer a comprehensive range of TCE chargers for forklift trucks and warehousing machines including the which can reduce your electricity consumption and carbon footprint.