Automobile Batteries Manufacturing

Automobile Batteries manufacturing

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Basic requirements for Automobile Batteries manufacturing:

• Land 5000sq. Ft.
• Electricity 20hp

Raw material requirements:

• Antimony
Antimony is a poisonous chemical compound but it is very essential element to make lead acid batteries. Without antimony, lead cannot be formed as solid. Grid is an important part of leadacid batteries. 3.2% antimony lead are used to prepare grid and also used in small parts section where bush pin, inter, middle and angle post aremanufactured.
• Cell
A typical lead acid battery is organized into cells. Generally a lead acid battery has six cells and each cell normally produces 2.1 V. Each cell contains multiple positive and negative plates with electrolyte.
• Plates
Two types of plates are used in battery cells. Positive plates are made of antimony covered with active layer of lead di oxide (PbO2). Negative plates are made of lead covered with active layer of sponge lead (Pb).
• Separators
In a cell, plates are separated by thin insulators. Insulators allow the electrolyte to passfreely between the plates and it separates the negative and positive plate from touching each other toremove short circuit.
• Electrolyte
The electrolyte is a mixture of sulfuric acid (H?SO?) and water (H2O). The electrolytecreateschemical bond with active materials of the grid to generate electrical pressure which produce the voltage.
• Battery Case
The battery case holds and protects all of the internal components and also contains theelectrolyte. A container should be sealed and should have the capacity to remove electrolyte leakage.
• Vent Cap
Vent cap releases hydrogen gas when the battery charges. Some vent caps are attached with battery and some are not attached with battery.

Machinery requirements:

• Melting Pot
• Burner
• Dies
• Welding Torch
• LPG Cylinder with Regulator
• Oxygen Cylinder
• Compressor
• Testing Equipments
• Battery tester
• Resistance/Capacity discharge tester
• Hydrometer
• Temperature meter
• Battery charger

Manufacturing process:

The manufacturing process consists of stacking of positives and negative plates in the container along with PVC separator sheet in between the plates and connecting the plates in parallel and cells in series by soldering. The battery plates are initially procured from outside and manufacturing of these plates may be undertaken in-house subsequently.
After connecting the plates, positive and negative leads are brought out and terminals formed by pouring molten lead alloy metal on the top cover of the plates with the help of positives and negative die. The top cover is then sealed with bitumen and testing as per the IS Specification:7372-1995 is performed. The procedure is applicable to all sizes of the batteries and charging of batteries may be done as per requirement.

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