As Solion Battery, it is used in industrial and commercial applications, manned or autonomous transporters, forklifts, tow trucks, stackers, etc. We produce lithium-based batteries for equipment. In this period when the world is faced with energy crises, the efficient use and storage of energy has gained importance. We offer Lithium Battery Storage Solutions for more efficient and controlled use of energy, thanks to lithium batteries that stand out with their ease of use, maintenance-free and reliability.
You can find the differences between Lithium batteries and Lead-Acid batteries in our article below.




Solion Lithium Batteries with a design life of 15 years offer ~6.000 cycles compared to conventional batteries. Solion Lithium Batteries have a life expectancy of more than 10 years.


At the end of ~ 1.000 cycles, it approaches the end of its economic life.





With Solion Lithium Batteries, which can offer fast charging up to 2 hours, intensive operations can be easily performed.


8~10 hours charging time is available. Faster charging will damage the battery. In intensive operation applications, there is a need for more than normal spare batteries. The number of spare batteries should be increased.





With the compatibility of Solion Lithium batteries for intermediate charging, your busy operations will not be left unfinished with intermediate charging during rest and lunch breaks. Intermediate charge or partial discharge will not damage the battery.
Partial charging has a very serious negative impact on the life of the batteries.





You can use Solion Lithium batteries, which do not need special care, with maximum efficiency by charging them once a month.
There is a constant need for care. Water replenishment, constant control of cells voltage and liquid levels are required. In the absence of maintenance, it can quickly become obsolete.





Although the initial investment cost of Solion Lithium Batteries is relatively high compared to convaction batteries, the total cost of ownership is reduced to 1/3 compared to lead acid batteries.
Although the initial investment cost is quite low, this advantage disappears with the total cost of ownership (Operation, maintenance expenses, breakdowns, spare battery).





Total charging efficiency reaches up to 95% in Solion Lithium batteries. It is ~30% more efficient than conventional batteries.


The total efficiency of conventional batteries is ~65%. In applications where the number of equipment is high, electricity consumption increases significantly.





Lithium Batteries, which lose capacity over time in intensive operations, are shifted to units with lower operational intensity. There is no sudden death in Solion Lithium Batteries.


Batteries that have reached the end of their life are only considered as scrap.



Solion Lithium Batteries do not emit flammable and poisonous gas or liquid output during charging or discharging. It is suitable for use in closed environments. User errors are minimized thanks to the BMS (Battery Control Card) inside the battery.
There is flammable / toxic gas and liquid release during charge and discharge. Special ventilated areas or open area charging is required. The acidic structure in its content is dangerous for the operator during water replenishment and maintenance. Since there is no self-protection mechanism during charging and discharging, it is vulnerable to user / device errors.





In Solion Lithium Batteries, the capacity loss in cold weather conditions (<-10°C) is half of that of conventional batteries. In hot weather conditions, although there is no loss of capacity, the heating of the batteries is much less than that of convectional batteries.


In cold environment applications, the usable capacity decreases considerably. In hot environment conditions, with the increase of liquid/gas output, there is a serious decrease in the economic life.



The capacity utilization of Solion Lithium Batteries is ~> 90%. There is no capacity loss in high discharge current applications.


Capacity utilization is ~70% of label value. In high discharge current applications, this rate is even lower.