Introducing the First Lithium-ion Battery-Powered Lift Inverters in Mumbai

Mumbai Lift Inverter with lithium-ion battery bank

We’re excited to announce a groundbreaking first for Mumbai: Su-vastika has successfully installed the city’s first-ever lithium-ion battery-powered lift inverter solution! This innovative technology brings a range of benefits to building residents and facility managers in the bustling metropolis. Introducing the First Lithium-ion Battery-Powered Lift Inverters in Mumbai, which has centralized lighting and a common watering pumping system.   The Lift Inverter, Elevator UPS, or Emergency Rescue Device for smooth lift operation during power cuts or interruptions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_power_system

Location: bhakti Windsor, Chikanghar, kalyan(West) Pin Code-421301.

Why Lift Inverters and Centralized water and lighting Services backup?

Lift inverters are essential in a city like Mumbai, where power outages for the lifts can be disastrous due to the city’s high-rise skyscrapers. These systems provide seamless backup power during outages, ensuring elevators operate safely and reliably. Along with the lift back up, we have installed the lift inverters, which run the building’s general lights and water motors. In case of power failure, all essential services usually work without disruption. Water, lights, and lifts are three vital services in any modern building, so these services can continue working even if there is a power cut for two or more hours. These systems function without any switching time. This means if the lift is working and there is a power cut, then the lift will continue working without any jerk or stoppage, and the lift services keep working smoothly for 2 to 3 hours, and the inconvenience can be avoided. This lift Inverter works on a lithium-ion battery bank, which is having 3 times the life of a lead Acid batteries, and space is saved as real estate is costly in Mumbai. https://suvastika.com/lifts-can-now-run-on-lithium-batteries/

The Power of Lithium-ion Batteries in Lift Inverters

Su-svastika’s decision to use lithium-ion batteries in their lift inverters offers significant advantages over traditional lead-acid batteries:

  • Extended Lifespan: Lithium-ion batteries boast a much longer operational lifespan, minimizing the need for frequent replacements.
  • Rapid Charging: These batteries charge incredibly quickly, ensuring the system is promptly ready for the next potential power outage.
  • Space-Saving Design: Lithium-ion batteries are notably smaller and lighter, allowing for more compact and space-efficient installations.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Lithium-ion batteries reduce the environmental impact compared to lead-acid options.
  • Reduced Maintenance: You won’t have to worry about the upkeep often associated with lead-acid batteries. Lithium-ion solutions are virtually maintenance-free.

Su-vastika’s Expertise

As a leader in power solutions, Su-vastika has established a successful track record of lithium-based lift inverter installations throughout India. This first installation in Mumbai marks the company’s entry into a critical market and highlights its commitment to bringing advanced and reliable power backup solutions to India’s most important cities.

Transforming Building Power Reliability

Mumbai’s residents and businesses can now experience the advantages of Su-vastika’s lithium-powered lift inverter technology. This solution ensures:

  • Uninterrupted elevator service, water and light services during power outages
  • Increased building safety and convenience
  • Reduced long-term operational costs.
  • An environmentally responsible power backup strategy.
  • Introducing the First Lithium-ion Battery-Powered Lift Inverters in Mumbai, which has centralized lighting and a common watering pumping system.

Let Su-vastika power your building’s future! Contact us to learn more about our lithium-powered lift inverter solutions.

Please contact Mr. Vineet Neve 9870558098 for further information or site visit.

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