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AGS- WS165 (12V 105AH(20HR)

SPECIFICATIONS Battery Type 115E41 Plate Qty. / Cell 19PL Capacity @ 5 hrs. (AH) 84 Capacity @ 20 hrs. (AH) 105 Terminal Type T2 (Thick) Battery Length 410 +0/-5 Battery Width 176 +0/-5 Container Height (H) 213 +0/-7 Overall Height (max.) 234 Terminal Layout R Filled Battery Weight (Kg) 19.7
Rs 23,790.00

AGS- WS260 (12V 175AH 20HR)

12V 175AH(20HR) SPECIFICATIONS Battery Type 195G51 Plate Qty. / Cell 27PL Capacity @ 5 hrs. (AH) 140 Capacity @ 20 hrs. (AH) 175 Terminal Type T2 (Thick) Battery Length 508 +0/-5 Battery Width 222 +0/-5 Container Height (H) 213 +0/-7 Overall Height (max.) 257 (with handle) Terminal Layout C Filled Battery Weight (Kg) 31.2
Rs 36,813.00

LC 3500D-A (2.5 KW)

As a reliable manufacture, Loncin is initiative to undertake the commitment of partners to consumers, taking partners’ social responsibility as own responsibility. Loncin persists to implementing lean management to promote manufacturing and quality control level, providing reliable products to customers.
Rs 83,000.00

AGS- WS150 (12V 100AH(20HR)

SPECIFICATIONS Battery Type —— Plate Qty. / Cell 17PL Capacity @ 5 hrs. (AH) 80 Capacity @ 20 hrs. (AH) 100 Terminal Type T2 (Thick) Battery Length 363 +0/-5 Battery Width 170 +0/-5 Container Height (H) 202 +0/-7 Overall Height (max.) 227 Terminal Layout L Filled Battery Weight (Kg) 17.5
Rs 22,626.00

AGS- WS230 (12V 150AH(20HR)

12V 150AH(20HR) SPECIFICATIONS Battery Type 145G51 Plate Qty. / Cell 23PL Capacity @ 5 hrs. (AH) 120 Capacity @ 20 hrs. (AH) 150 Terminal Type T2 (Thick) Battery Length 508 +0/-5 Battery Width 222 +0/-5 Container Height (H) 213 +0/-7 Overall Height (max.) 257 (with handle) Terminal Layout C Filled Battery Weight (Kg)
Rs 32,636.00

LC 5500D-A (3.1KW)

LCPower technology is Loncin patent technology used to meet EPA Phase III emission regulations. The LCPower technology is based on in-engine emission control that operate with lower emissions and higher performance.
Rs 85,000.00



power generation is the process of producing electricity from main energy sources. It is the phase before it is delivered to end customers (via transmission, distribution, etc.) or stored for use by utilities in the power generation business A facility called a power generation plant is made to create electricity. The word "power generation" refers to the process of producing electricity utilizing many types of technology, some of which are more recent (like generators) than others (like steam boilers), others of which have been around for more than a century. In actuality, generators, solar panels, windmills and steam boilers are far older. Although they are still used for crushing grain and moving machines, their primary use today is to generate energy. The majority of electricity-producing machinery works by spinning a mechanism in an alternator. The technology being employed determines how the mechanism is made to revolve. Larger power generators are employed in numerous applications and sectors. They can be used as backup or primary power. For instance, military facilities frequently rely entirely on on-base generators to supply all of their electricity needs when stationed in locations without a stable power system. Standby generators are placed to supply the electricity in the event of a power loss at buildings where it is unacceptable for power to go out at any time. Healthcare and data centers are two examples of structures that need backup generators. Concentrated solar power plants with turbine generators are a new development in solar energy technology. In some arrangements, a tower is surrounded by mirrors, and the reflection is directed toward a receiver at the top of the tower. Imagine doing it by focusing the sun's rays using a glass rod in order to create a fire. A steam boiler is located at the top of the tower, and hot steam is pumped from there to a stirring engine at ground level. If you are looking for power generation products, order now.