Know Your Battery

Know Your Battery

Heat Sealed Case to Cover

Protect against seepage and corrosion whilst bonded unit provides extra strength and durability.

Patented Sealed Post

Prevents acid seepage, reduces corrosion.

Special Active Material

Compounded to withstand vibration prolong battery life and dependability.

Unique Expanded Plate Grid Design

Increased number of plates for maximum starting power and to withstand severe vibration resistance.

AGM Seperator

Absorbed Glass Mat seperators immobilise acid electrolyte to make the battery spill proof. Valve regulated design eliminates water loss and the need for refilling.

Polypropylene Cover & Container

Gives greater resistance to fuel, oil, vibration and impact in extreme conditions.

Disclaimer: Product images are only for representational purposes. Please read user guide/manual for technical details. e.g. lead acid battery must always be fitted in upright position and not tilted so as to avoid acid spillage

Frequently Asked Questions

A battery is the most important component of an automobile. Thus, it is crucial to understand how it works. In this article, we will talk about the working of automotive battery systems.
A car battery typically consists of six starting, lighting and ignition (SLI) battery cells. Each cell has two grids that are dipped in sulphuric acid. The acid causes a reaction between the two grids. As a result, ions and lead sulphate are produced. Further, chemical reactions trigger the production of electrons. The consistent movement of these electrons around the cell activates the battery terminals to generate electricity. The battery terminals then transmit the electricity produced to the entire car. That sums up how an automotive battery works.

Generally, car batteries and motorcycle batteries generate 12 volts of power but it can vary as per the specifications of the manufacturer.

Before you set out to buy automotive batteries, try to familiarize yourself with ratings like CCA, CA, etc. as they are used as benchmarks to compare different batteries. So, let’s get to understanding the implication of these terms on your brand-new battery.

CCA stands for cold cranking amps. It is a unit that is used to measure the capacity of the battery to supply power during the cold weather. Generally, four-wheeler batteries have a CCA rating of 400-750 amps. When the temperature drops, the battery’s ability to generate electricity declines.

Therefore, if you live in cold regions, it is crucial for you to take the CCA rating into consideration. A higher CCA implies a stronger ability to generate power in low temperatures. However, it does not always mean that the overall quality of the battery is better. Sometimes, automotive companies compromise on other significant features to increase the CCA ratings to lure consumers. Tata Green Batteries are a 100% genuine and technologically designed to withstand extreme weather conditions.

On an average, four-wheeler batteries last for about three to five years. But the maintenance regime followed by the user truly dictates the lifespan of all automotive batteries. That is why some batteries face premature failure. If your battery died sooner than expected, it could probably be due to one of the following reasons:

  1. 1) Extreme weather conditions – Batteries operate best in moderate temperatures. Frequent exposure to excessive heat or cold can severely damage the batteries.
  2. 2) Short journeys Short trips prevent your battery from getting fully charged. If you continue this, you’re setting it up for a battery failure.
  3. 3) Faulty charging – The battery must be charged at optimum level, as specified by the manufacturer. Both overcharging and undercharging harm the batteries.
  4. 4) Incorrect battery type – Each vehicle has unique requirements with respect to the battery. You should only use a manufacturer recommended battery.
  5. 5) Maintenance – One must clean the batteries regularly to ensure a long lifespan. If the battery’s terminals are not cleaned, corrosion will quickly destroy the battery.

We suggest that you be mindful of the abovementioned points to extend your battery’s life.

Overcharging your battery is one of the most common problems people encounter.
An overcharge occurs when charging exceeds the time necessary to fully charge the battery. It results in the corrosion of the positive material and causes the grids to fracture thus reducing the ability of a battery to carry the starting current.

Here are a few familiar causes for overcharging of batteries:

  1. 1) A voltage regulator is used to maintain a steady flow of voltage to the battery. If the voltage regulator is defective, it will send either too little or too much charge to the battery.
  2. 2) The alternator is the device that converts the mechanical power of the engine into electrical power to charge the battery. If the wrong alternator is placed in the car, it will create too much energy for the battery, resulting in an overcharge.
  3. 3) Faulty chargers are another reason. Their settings may be wired incorrectly, or the charges are labelled incorrectly.
  4. 4) The extreme summer heat can drastically harm your automobile battery. This can only be avoided by parking the vehicle under a shade.

Overcharging of the battery can significantly decrease its lifespan, lower its efficiency, and in extreme cases, can even lead to battery explosion. So, one should always keep in mind the abovementioned causes and avoid them.

Battery sulfation is the process of lead sulphate crystals appearing on a lead acid battery. It results from prolonged periods of battery inactivity, where the charge level gradually decays or from chronic undercharging. It can damage a battery to the point where it will no longer take charge and provide energy.

Here are some effects of sulfation on your batteries:

  1. 1) Longer charging periods
  2. 2) Excessive heat build-up
  3. 3) Shorter running times between charges
  4. 4) Dramatically shorter battery life
  5. 5) Complete battery failure

Well, here are a few tips to prevent your batteries from sulfation:

  1. 1) Charge your lead acid battery regularly to a full charge whenever possible.
  2. 2) Disconnect the battery when not in use.
  3. 3) Periodic recharging of the battery effectively prevents sulfation.
  4. 4) One can also depend upon anti-sulfation mechanisms called battery conditioners that send pulses to the battery terminals. In most cases, this will delay the development of the chemical reaction on a healthy battery, but the units cannot dissolve the condition once it begins.

An undercharge is a condition that occurs when the battery is not allowed to return to a full charge after it has been used. If you do this continuously, or even just store the battery with a partial charge, it can cause sulphating. The longer the battery stays undercharged, the greater the damage.

The following are the reasons your car battery receives a low charge:

  1. 1) The drive belt can be loose
  2. 2) Voltage drop in the charging system wiring
  3. 3) Faulty regulator or worn brushes in the alternator
  4. 4) High resistance in the rotor
  5. 5) Open or shorted diodes
  6. 6) Open or shorted stator windings

You can prevent this from happening by fully recharging the battery after use and before storing it or topping off the charge every few weeks if the battery will be stored for a long period of time.

Using an undersized car battery can lead to starting problems. Batteries come rated by their life expectancy as well as their CCAs (cold cranking amps). A battery’s CCA defines its ability to start the engine during cold weather. Plus, an undersized battery may not have enough fluid to power your car’s accessories, particularly while your vehicle is turned off. Regular short trips take an even larger toll on small batteries. Instead of carrying a share of the load, the battery is constantly drawing a charge. This might lead to alternator overheating and prolonged damage.

Several problems can occur from using a battery that is larger than your vehicle’s battery compartment as well. As manufacturers, we precisely match the alternators and batteries to the vehicle’s power requirements. A mismatched battery-alternator combo could make your alternator overheat and shorten its lifespan.

There are various kinds of automotive batteries available in the market. Each has a unique set of features that caters to specific requirements. Thus, it is crucial for you to select the right type of battery that is suitable for your vehicle. Now, the types of automotive batteries are bifurcated as follows:

Starting, lighting and ignition batteries (SLI)- These are widely used high-performance batteries as they have a considerably short charge cycle. SLI batteries are considered most effective especially when they have to operate in short bursts of time.

Lead acid batteries- These batteries are popularly used in automobiles in India. They are low-maintenance batteries which need to be replaced every few years. Lead acid batteries are broadly divided into two types – Absorption glass mat batteries (AGM) and gel cell batteries.

Lithium ion batteries- Lithium ion batteries are commonly used in electric cars as they have a high capacity to store ample amounts of charge. However, they are not as durable as lead acid batteries.
We hope this information makes it easier for you to buy automotive batteries.

We understand and know that deep cycle batteries look a lot like car batteries to people who aren’t familiar with them, but in reality, they’re quite different.

A deep cycle battery is a lead battery designed to provide sustained power over a long period and run until it is 80% discharged or more, at which point it needs to be recharged. It is important to note that although deep cycle batteries can be discharged up to 80%, we recommend not discharging below 45% to increase the life of the battery. The level of discharge is the “deep cycle” and lasts in contrast to other types of batteries that store only short bursts of energy before they demand to be recharged.

Deep cycle batteries are used in recreational vehicles (RVs) and boats. These are also common in golf carts, large solar power systems and in marine applications and materials handling, including forklifts.

When it comes to batteries, installing and removing it from its cradle is one of those technical skills you must know. We have broken down the process in simple steps that are easy to follow:

  1. Step 1 –Open the hood of your car and locate the battery. Now spot the positive and the negative terminals on it.
  2. Step 2 – Unclamp the negative terminal first and then the positive terminal from your four-wheeler battery. You may also use a terminal puller to do the same.
  3. Sep 3 – Now carefully remove the battery from its tray.
  4. Step 4 – Clean the battery tray and replace it with the new car battery.
  5. Step 5 – Remove the caps on the battery posts. To prevent corrosion, apply petroleum jelly around it.
  6. Step 6 – Connect the positive terminal first and then the negative terminal. Check to see if the cables are tightly fixed.

You may also choose to utilize the installation services provided by us.

Battery corrosion is one of the most common problems faced by automotive users. More often than not, it is the reason car batteries break down sooner than expected. However, a few simple steps can help you to prevent this situation:

Maintain a regular charge in your vehicle – Corrosion is caused mainly due to a disbalance in the level of charge. Especially if your four-wheeler battery is overcharged, it’s only a matter of time before those corrosive powders settle down. Also, batteries for cars need to be charged regularly. So, whenever you plan on leaving the vehicle unused for a long time, remember to charge it as deep discharging is detrimental to the batteries.

Clean the battery terminals – This is the most important step to prevent or even get rid of corrosion. You need to schedule a regular cleaning of your battery terminals. While cleaning, make sure you apply anti-corrosion gels, petroleum jelly, or a AMSOIL heavy-duty metal protector. If your batteries are already corroded, do not worry as anti-corrosion washers can save your batteries.

Batteries bring an automobile to life. Hence, it needs your utmost attention and care, more than any other component. So, you must do every possible thing to protect it and extend its lifespan. Here are a few ways in which you can ensure that your automobile’s battery lasts longer:

  1. 1) Regular cleaning – Cleaning your lead acid battery terminals thoroughly and regularly will help in preventing corrosion. This will keep your batteries running smoothly.
  2. 2) Protect it from extreme weather conditions – Automobile batteries are severely affected by extreme hot and cold weather. So, try to cover your car whenever you park it.
  3. 3) Check the electronics – Every time you leave the car, make sure you’ve turned off all the electronics like headlights, aux cable, and the air conditioner. Avoid unnecessary consumption of battery power.
  4. 4) Limit short rides – Drive your vehicle regularly for longer distances. Cut down on short trips as they do not let you recharge the batteries. Also, avoid letting the car sit idle for long as it discharges the battery.

These are a few habits that you can inculcate to extend your battery’s lifespan.

If you find a yellow, white or green powder-like substance on your batteries, it’s a sign that your battery needs some deep cleaning. Those coloured powders are the first indicators of corrosion. It’s better to clean them before they stick to the batteries permanently and disrupt their working.
Here are a few simple steps that you can follow while cleaning your battery terminals:

  1. 1) Open the hood of your vehicle and locate the battery. Then spot the positive and negative terminals on it. Carefully unclamp the negative terminal first and then the positive one.
  2. 2) You can either use a commercial cleaning agent or make one at home. Just mix together baking powder and water and use a brush to scrub the terminals. Then, rinse it with water.
  3. 3) Use a dry cotton cloth to wipe off the water from the battery. Now, apply a little petroleum jelly on the terminals. You can now reconnect the battery in the same way.

Keeping your battery terminals clean do not only prevent corrosion but also helps to maintain its battery life.

The only way to check the performance of a battery is to test it. As automotive battery manufacturers in India, we suggest that you proactively test it twice a year. This will help reduce the chances of a battery failure.

Here are a few methods to test your automotive battery:

  1. 1) Check the battery with a voltmeter –

    • a) Turn off the ignition.
    • b) Remove the battery’s positive terminal cover.
    • c) Connect your voltmeter’s positive lead to the positive terminal on your battery.
    • d) Attach the negative voltmeter lead to the negative battery terminal.
    • e) Check the voltmeter. The voltage of a good condition battery should be between 12.4 and 12.7 volts. A reading lower than 12.4 volts means that your battery needs to be charged. If the reading is over 12.9 volts it indicates excessive voltage.
  2. 2) Check the battery with a power probe –

    • a) Take off the battery’s positive terminal cover.
    • b) Next, connect the probe’s connective leads – positive to positive and negative to negative.
    • c) Once you’re done, it will immediately show whether or not the battery is in a good condition.
  3. 3) Perform a load test –

    • a) To pass a load test, the battery must maintain 9.6 volts at 15 seconds when tested at one-half the CCA rating and 70°F (or above).
    • b) This test must be performed with a true load and not with a hand-held tester that works off a conductance algorithm.
    • c) The test must be run with the battery in a high state of charge.

As automotive battery manufacturers in India, we understand that hot weather conditions are more detrimental to your car than cold weather conditions.

And here’s why:

  1. 1) Evaporation – Automotive batteries can reach internal temperatures of 140 degrees or higher. This causes the battery fluid to evaporate, thus damaging its internal structure.
  2. 2) Overcharging – Extreme heat can also cause the voltage regulator or other charging system components to malfunction and overcharge the battery. This leads to a slow but unavoidable death of your battery.
  3. 3) Corrosion – Extreme temperatures cause the lead plates inside the battery to corrode and deteriorate.

The lifespan of a battery is also affected. Battery tests have shown that for every 15°F, the ambient temperature rises and cuts the lifespan of a battery approximately in half.

Here are a few tips to keep your battery safe and ready for summers –

  1. 1) Keep the battery charged and in a cool location.
  2. 2) Park your car in a garage.
  3. 3) Avoid charging things like cell phones through your automobile.
  4. 4) Keep the battery clean. Extreme dirt can drain battery power.

In winter, it is very common to enter your car and hear nothing when you turn on the ignition. This is because the cold weather can take a toll on your car batteries. When the temperature drops, the amount of electric current produced declines as the chemical reaction slows down. Therefore, the battery takes longer to start the car.

Another reason is that during the winter, the fluids in the battery become thick. As a result, your car keeps cranking but won’t start.

You can avoid this situation by taking a few simple steps like parking your car in a garage, covering the bonnet with a thick cloth, and getting your four-wheeler battery checked for fluid levels before the winter months arrive.

We use the best of VRLA technology that leaves out the need for batteries to be topped-up.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

You may get your car battery serviced through our channel partners or at our retailer points.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. However, excessive heat that is more than 50°C is one of the main reasons for a reduced battery life. Heat can virtually destroy your battery. Most batteries can be damaged by extreme temperatures and may burn or explode if it’s too hot. Low temperatures affect the strength of scooter batteries and increase the viscosity of the fluid. The current needs to flow properly for the scooter to start. This becomes difficult due to the thickened liquid and hence, the scooter takes longer than usual to start. For old-style acid scooter batteries, top them up and apply Vaseline on the terminals to guarantee proper functioning during winters.

  • Clean the nodes – A two-wheeler battery’s charge is conducted by wires through nodes. So, if there happens to be dust build-up on the nodes, a lot of charge is lost thus causing the battery to lose charge quickly. Hence, regular cleaning of the nodes helps in maintaining your bike’s battery.
  • Check for any wiring faults or shorts- All bike parts that draw power from the battery are connected to the bike’s CDI and internal wiring system. So, always keep an eye on the wirings of the bike and make sure there are no cuts, bruises or shorting of wires.
  • Check the electrolyte levels- A bike’s lead-acid batteries require the electrolyte to be maintained at the correct level.
  • Park your bike under a shade- Extremely hot temperatures can reduce the life of a battery and its performance considerably, so keep your bike away from the sun.
  • Clean the battery regularly- Two-wheeler batteries even when not in use have a natural tendency to self-discharge.
  • Clean the terminals- Acid and copper sulphate accumulations on battery terminals can seriously harm them. When the contact area is lessened the battery cannot charge completely and hence there will be a shortage of current.

VRLA is valve regulated lead acid battery, which requires low maintenance and doesn’t requires any top-up.
The VRLA technology ingrained in our batteries provide you with the following benefits:

  • Safety – As the electrolyte is absorbed by the battery, there is no chance of electrolyte leakage in its entire lifespan.
  • Maintenance-free – There’s no need to refill the electrolyte in its entire service life and thus, the battery uses sealed casing where there is no provision for filling the electrolyte.
  • Long-life – VRLA batteries are made using the compression method which ensures less corrosion, thus ensuring a longer lifespan.

You can charge your motorbike’s battery using an appropriate charger. First, disconnect the battery from the bike. Then, connect it to the charger. Now, let the battery charge for as long as required. Once it’s fully charged, carefully reconnect the battery to the bike.

The most common habit that ruins a motorbike’s battery is to let it die completely. Running many electrical accessories on a bike can prove harmful. Similarly, faulty or incorrectly installed accessories or wiring can cut short the battery’s lifespan. A bike’s battery may drain while riding due to a bad terminal connection as well. Two-wheeler batteries can also drain because of a faulty stator.

If you want to find out whether your two-wheeler’s battery is in good condition or not, here are a few ways to check it:

  • Voltage test
  • Load test
  • Battery charging
  • Physical inspection of the battery

Tata Green Batteries provides maintenance-free batteries for bikes and scooters. On this website, you can take a look at the price of our two-wheeler batteries.

Yes. In order to charge your bike’s battery at home you will require a separate suitable charger. You will also need to follow the charging instructions.

If you have a dead scooter battery that won’t accept a charge, the problem is sulfation.

  • Remove the battery from the bike. Separate the small plastic caps on the top of the battery and drain the battery fluid completely.
  • Prepare a solution with eight ounces of Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate) and one quart of distilled water. It is much easier to dissolve the Epsom salts if you heat the water first to about 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a plastic funnel to fill each cell of your bike battery with this solution. Once each cell is filled, shake the battery gently to make sure that the solution is well distributed inside each battery.
  • Place the bike battery on a 6 volt trickle charger or one with a slow charge option. Adjust the settings to ‘low battery’ to charge overnight or until charging is complete. Then turn the charger off, switch the leads, and replace the cell caps. Reinstall the battery in your scooter, making sure the connectors are secure.

Insert your key and turn the ignition on. Make sure the ‘engine run’ switch is on as well.

  • Put the bike into second gear.
  • You will need to get the bike moving to at least 5 mph or 8 km/h, so find a slope that you can use to gain speed.
  • When you’re up to speed, jump on the bike and as soon as you’re on the seat, drop the clutch and push the starter.
  • Once the engine starts, pull the clutch.
  • Ride it for about 30 minutes to charge the battery.

You should charge your battery for six to 24 hours. A brand-new,12 volt, lead-acid battery for a bike under a constant charge will take between five and eight hours to charge up to 70%. The remaining 30% will require another seven to ten hours before it is fit to run a motorcycle. A new, sealed, pre-charged battery is usually charged to 80% when you buy it and should be connected to a charger for four to six hours to reach maximum charge before installing it.

If your bike battery is not holding charge, the problem is most likely one of three things: There is a charging problem, a leaking battery or simply, a bad battery. The first step in identifying the problem is to test the charging voltage. With proper charging voltage, you can rule out a charging problem. The next step is to check for an excessive electrical draw on the battery. If this isn’t a problem, you should consider buying a new two-wheeler battery.

A fully charged 12 volt two-wheeler battery should deliver about 12.6 to 13.5 volts between its terminals depending on its chemistry. 12 volt two-wheeler batteries supply useful energy only through a limited voltaic range. This is from over 14 volts, when fully charged and rested to 10.5 volts in use or underload. No, a 12 volt battery can remain at over 14 volts for more than a few seconds unless it’s being charged. The lowest limit is 10.5 volts (as seen in during testing). If your battery is a flooded lead acid battery with caps, check the fluid levels of each cell before charging.

The lifespan of automotive batteries depends heavily on the usage and maintenance practices. Other than that, it also varies as per the make and model of your battery. However, on an average, a two-wheeler battery lasts for about three to four years. Tata Green Batteries provide a warranty of 2 years on their bike batteries.

There is little to no harm in upgrading to a bigger battery for your bike as a bigger battery keeps the AMP draw lower while delivering a higher voltage. But don’t upgrade to a battery which doesn’t supply 12 volts as this is a standard for almost all two-wheeler batteries. These batteries can even provide up to 13 volts when fully charged.

The sealed, maintenance-free, lead-acid batteries have a limited life and have to be replaced if they get damaged or if they no longer offer a range that is sufficient for the user’s needs. Scooter batteries generally last for about a year and in rare cases for up to two years. Browse through our website for the price of our two-wheeler batteries.

To restart your bike battery, prepare a solution with eight ounces of Epsom salts (magnesium sulphate) and one quart of distilled water. It is much easier to dissolve the Epsom salts if you heat the water first to about 130 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a plastic funnel to fill each cell of your bike battery with this solution. Once each cell is filled, shake the battery gently to make sure that the solution is well distributed inside each battery. Place the bike battery on a 6 volt trickle charger or one with a slow charge option. Adjust the settings to ‘low battery’ to charge overnight or until charging is complete.

You should check the electrolyte level of your car battery every 3 months. If the level is near or below the MIN line, then it needs to be topped-up with distilled water. Due care needs to be taken to ensure that the distilled water is filled until it touches the MAX line and not further.

Any car accessory that you add will draw power from the electrical system of the car. The load should not be taken directly from the battery to run the accessories. If it is necessary to add an accessory, then the added maximum load should be less than 20mSec.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

You may get your car battery serviced through our channel partners or at our retailer points.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. However, extremely hot temperatures (i.e. more than 50°C), speed up the chemical reaction within the cells of four-wheeler batteries. This leads to corrosion that damages them permanently and deteriorating its battery life. On the other hand, cold weather (i.e. less than -10°C) reduces the power capacity of a car battery, making it difficult to start the vehicle. Tata Green Batteries is a leading manufacturer of four-wheeler batteries. You may browse through the prices of our car batteries on this website.

While cleaning or changing your four-wheeler battery, make sure you disconnect the battery in the correct manner. Always unclamp the negative terminal first and then, the positive terminal. Clean the battery with water. Avoid applying grease on the battery terminals and use petroleum jelly instead.
Tata Green Batteries provides 100% genuine four-wheeler, SUV and MUV batteries.

Regular maintenance is the key to ensure a long life of your four-wheeler battery. Just follow these steps to maintain it-

  • Clean the battery terminals thoroughly to protect it against corrosion.
  • Protect the battery from exposure to extreme temperatures.
  • Don’t let the car battery sit idle for a long duration.
  • Make sure the battery connections are secured tightly.
  • Always keep the batteries optimally charged.

Tata Green Batteries is one of the most reputed brands that provide batteries for four-wheeler vehicles.

Usually, four-wheeler batteries do not explode. Although, this can only happen in certain circumstances and with a particular type of battery. In lead-acid batteries, hydrogen gas is released which may cause an explosion if there’s a shortage of air in the battery case. However, maintenance-free batteries for cars are absolutely safe and are not subject any such accidents.

Yes. A completely drained four-wheeler battery can be recharged by jump-starting the vehicle or by connecting it to a bench charger. We provide all kinds of four-wheeler batteries including a wide range of SUV and MUV batteries.

The lifespan of an SUV battery depends on multiple factors like its usage, maintenance and the warranty period offered. Generally, SUV batteries bought for personal use last for about two to three years.

If you notice the following signs, it’s an indication that you need a new battery for your car:

1. The engine won’t start
2. The ‘check engine’ light blinks
3. Your battery is corroded
4. A peculiar smell from under the hood
5. The battery is too old

If you plan to buy a new battery for your car, you can look at our car batteries that are priced reasonably.

A fully charged four-wheeler battery can last for approximately two to three months, if left unused. However, this period will vary as per the vehicle and the quality of the battery. We provide a wide range of high-quality batteries for cars.

It is advisable to drive your car at least once in every two weeks to prevent your battery from draining. However, this period will differ as per the age and condition of your car battery. Tata Green Batteries is one of the most trusted brands that provides batteries for cars. We have a wide range of four-wheeler batteries, inclusive of SUV and MUV batteries.

Ideally, batteries for cars can last for about three to five years. However, one cannot determine the exact lifespan of their SUV or MUV battery as it depends on various factors like:

1. Weather conditions – If you live in extreme climatic conditions, it will certainly impact the life of your four-wheeler batteries. Due to excessive heat, batteries for cars tend to get damaged due to sulfation or water loss. Cold weather conditions, on the other hand, causes internal resistance and reduces the capacity of your batteries.

2. Electrical system – The electrical system of a four-wheeler battery consists of many parts like the alternator and the voltage regulator. If any technical fault in these parts go unattended, it is likely to reduce the battery life.

3. Correct battery type – When you replace your four-wheeler battery, you must install the same kind of SUV or MUV battery as prescribed by the manufacturer. An incorrect battery won’t last long.

Follow regular maintenance schedules and get your SUV battery tested once in a while. In fact, you can place an online order to buy our long-lasting car batteries.

If your car battery’s voltage is below 11.85 and the charger is putting out a 5-amp charge rate, it will take about 12 hours to fully charge the battery with 400 to 500 cold-cranking amps. The same battery will take around 6 hours to fully charge if the charge rate is 10 amps. The lower the open-circuit voltage in the battery and the more cold-cranking amps and time it will take to charge the battery.
In fact, you can look for Tata Green Batteries’ car battery price to buy car batteries online.

We are fully aware of four-wheeler batteries failing when you don’t expect them to. Here are a few simple guidelines on how to recharge a battery by yourself:

1. Timer-based charging
This is when a battery charger stops its recharge after a fixed time. The drawback of this method of battery charging is that it might lead to overcharging.

2. Intelligent charging
The smart charging method usually relies on technology that can communicate with the battery and determine its level of charge. This enables the charger to balance its load and optimise the usage to charges a battery. Charging is stopped when the battery reaches its capacity.
3. Trickle charging
In this case, a battery charger supplies a low current charge over a greater time period.

Here are a few common ways to start a four-wheeler:
1. If the car remains silent when you turn on the ignition, check the battery terminal cable connections. If they look corroded, clean the battery posts and cable connectors or replace them.
2. If the car makes a clicking noise but won’t start, it usually means you have a dead battery or check the wire for a loose connection.
3. If the engine cranks but won’t start, you may be out of fuel, or the fuel isn’t flowing into your engine.
4. If the engine’s fuel injectors don’t receive enough fuel, combustion cannot take place in the engine and it won’t start running on its own. If your car is hard to start, performs badly or even stops in the middle of the road, you could look into its fuel system.

Check Tata Green Batteries’ website to order car batteries online.

Every car user needs to know how to jumpstart their vehicle. We’ve listed the best way to do it.

Jumpstarting is a method used to charge a dead battery with the power supply from another vehicle’s battery. It provides enough charge to reach an automobile store. Here’s how it is done:

1. Position the two cars in a way that they face each other. Remember, they should be close but never in contact.
2. Now locate the batteries of the two cars and identify the positive and negative terminals.
3. Connect the positive terminals of both the batteries using jumper cables. Then connect the negative terminal to an unpainted metal surface on the dead battery. Make sure the connection is tight.
4. Now you’re all set to jumpstart your car. Turn on the ignition and wait for a while. Let the battery gain some charge. Once the engine begins to crank, try starting the car. As the car starts, unplug the negative terminal from the working battery and then disconnect other cables.

You should check the electrolyte level of your tractor battery every 3 months. If the level is near or below the MIN line, then it needs to be topped-up with distilled water. Due care needs to be taken to ensure that the distilled water is filled until it touches the MIX line and not further.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

You may get your car battery serviced through our channel partners or at our retailer points.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. However, extremely hot temperatures (that is more than 50°C), speed up the chemical reaction within the cells of the tractor batteries. This leads to corrosion that damages them permanently and deteriorating its battery life. On the other hand, cold weather (that is less than -18°C) reduces the power capacity of a battery, making it difficult to start the tractor. Tata Green Batteries is a leading manufacturer of tractor batteries. You may browse through the prices of our tractor batteries on this website.

Ensure the utmost safety while changing or cleaning your tractor battery. Make sure you always wear gloves. Keep in mind that the negative terminal needs to be unclamped first, followed by the positive one. Tata Green Batteries’ tractor batteries are leak proof and are completely safe. You may check the prices of our tractor battery and buy any battery online.

Regular maintenance will help you to expand the lifespan of your tractor batteries. The most important thing is always to keep it optimally charged. Tata Green Batteries’ tractor batteries are equipped with more active material and are designed for a long life. In fact, you can even buy our tractor batteries online.

Our batteries are extremely safe as they are created using GS YUASA’s patented design that boasts of world-class technology.

On average, tractor batteries last for about two years. However, one cannot guarantee this as it depends on numerous factors like climatic conditions, maintenance, and usage patterns. Our tractor battery prices are very reasonable. In fact, you can buy them online on this website.

The amperes of a tractor battery range from 75 ah to 90 ah.

If your tractor battery is unable to hold a charge, there is a good chance there is a fault with the charging system. Tata Green Batteries provide ready-to-fit tractor batteries online and in stores.

A tractor battery weighs anywhere between 20 kgs and 30 kgs depending on the battery model.

You should check the electrolyte level of your truck battery every 3 months. If the level is near or below the MIN line, then it needs to be topped-up with distilled water. Due care needs to be taken to ensure that the distilled water is filled until it touches the MIX line and not further.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

You may get your bus battery serviced through our channel partners or at our retailer points.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. As the temperature drops (that is less than -10°C), the chemical reaction in the bus battery slows down and the fluids begin to freeze. This reduces the power capacity of the batteries that are responsible for starting the vehicle. Meanwhile, excessive heat (that is more than 50°C) leads to evaporation of the battery’s fluids which causes corrosion. On our website, you can browse through our bus and commercial vehicle batteries that are available at a reasonable price.

You need to be very careful while handling your truck or bus batteries. Always follow precautionary measures like wearing gloves, glasses, while maintaining a safe distance from metal parts, and other safety guidelines as listed by the manufacturer. On this website, you can check out our bus batteries and other commercial vehicle batteries.

The best way to ensure a longer lifespan for your truck or bus battery is to follow a regular battery maintenance schedule. Include simple practices like cleaning the battery terminals, keeping the battery adequately charged, and protecting it from extreme weather conditions. Tata Green Batteries’ truck batteries are equipped with a greater amount of active material to ensure a longer lifespan.

Our batteries are extremely safe as they are created using GS-YUASA’s patented design that boasts world-class technology.

Generally, a 12 volt battery is used in a truck. But in some cases, a 24 volt battery can also be used.

In the case of commercial vehicle batteries, one cannot determine its exact lifespan as it depends on several factors like maintenance and usage to name a few. However, on average, a truck battery lasts for approximately ~2-3 years. Tata Green Batteries’ truck batteries are designed to have a long lifespan and come with a warranty period of 24 months.

The batteries manufactured for a commercial vehicle take into consideration their heavy-duty application, uses, and the number of charging and discharging cycles. Hence, they are different from two-wheeler or four-wheeler batteries.

A commercial vehicle may run on a wet-celled battery or an AGM battery. Sometimes, heavy duty vehicles are connected to an additional battery to provide higher power for heavier loads. On this website, you can take a look at the prices of our bus and truck batteries.

Diesel trucks exhibit higher resistance and almost double the compression ratio. That is why, they require a greater amount of power to crank the engine and are equipped with two batteries to provide additional power. Tata Green Batteries offer a wide range of commercial vehicle batteries including truck and bus batteries.

The number of bus batteries depends on whether it has a 12 volt or 24 volt electrical system. In the case of a 12 volt system, a single battery is required whereas in a 24 volt system, two batteries are needed.

A bus battery usually weighs between 28 kgs to 56 kgs depending on the vehicle and battery model.

On average, a truck battery needs to be replaced once in about two to three years. However, the lifespan of your truck battery will depend on your usage and maintenance practices. But there are certain signs that indicate a dying battery. Look for the following signs to know when your truck battery might need to be replaced:
• Slow start – If you find that your truck takes a little longer to start, chances are your battery is damaged and will need to be replaced.
• Electronics not working – If your truck’s headlight seems to be dull or if there’s an issue with any of the electronics, it’s probably because your truck battery is nearing the end of its lifespan.
• A distorted battery case – If the case of your truck battery seems out of shape, it’s probably damaged due to extreme weather conditions.
• A bad smell – If there’s a gas leak from your truck battery, it’ll leave a pungent smell. This indicates that your battery has been damaged and will need to be replaced.

Besides this, if your truck battery lasts for more than 4 years, maybe you should get it replaced before it breaks down.

• Specifications – The configuration of the battery must be suitable to the structure and requirements of your truck, otherwise it could end up damaging the ignition system of your vehicle.
• Cold cranking amps (CCA) – CCA determines the ability of the battery to start the vehicle in cold temperatures. A higher CCA indicates that the truck battery is reliable and can endure cold weather.
• Reserve capacity (RC) – In the case of alternator failure, RC indicates the time period up to which the battery can power the electronics of your truck before the voltage starts falling.

Our truck battery prices are very affordable. You can buy our truck batteries online.

If your commercial vehicle ever breaks down while on the road, here’s what you can do about it:
• Turn the steering – If you are unable to turn the keys of your truck, chances are that the steering wheel has been ignition-locked. Try to move the steering wheel while turning the keys.
• Start the ignition – When you turn on the ignition, pay attention to the sound. If you hear a clicking sound but the car won’t start, it is highly likely that it’s a battery issue. Check to see if your battery is properly connected.
• Jump starting – One of the best ways to start a dead battery is to jump start your vehicle. Jump starting is a method wherein a dead battery is charged by supplying power from a working vehicle. You’ll need jumper cables to establish the connection.
Alternatively, you may reach out to the nearest Tata Green Batteries’ facility. We provide various commercial vehicle batteries, including bus and truck batteries.

• Lead-acid batteries – These are one of the most popularly used truck batteries. They are cost-effective and can provide an adequate amount of power. Such batteries contain an electrolyte solution that needs to be topped up from time to time.
• Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) – These batteries utilize a glass sheet to suspend the electrolyte. This structure of the battery facilitates improved charge and discharge rate. That means it can be recharged faster and hold the charge for longer.
• Lithium-ion batteries – Lithium-ion batteries are specifically used in electric vehicles. They are lightweight, small and can store more energy than other batteries.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

• There are chances that the battery mileage will get affected if the e-rickshaw batteries are not fully charged. Typically, 8 – 11 hours of charging is required for an e-rickshaw battery.
• If the e-rickshaw is overloaded, then the battery power may not be enough to handle that load. As a result, the battery may fail to run for the desired kilometer range.
• Loose connections tend to create problems like overheating, melting of the terminal, electrolyte dry-out, and it may even cut down on the lifespan of your battery.
• Excessive vibration may affect battery performance; thus, your e-rickshaw batteries need to be kept on a rubber mat.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. However, if the battery is operated continuously under extremely low temperature, that is less than -10°C, then it can reduce the mileage by 50%. In the case of exposure to excessive heat, that ismore than 50°C, the battery life tends to get affected.

Electric rickshaw batteries or e-rickshaw batteries offer high-capacity charge but are low maintenance.

• A dead or damaged battery should be immediately replaced. Check your battery terminals on a regular basis, especially when you drive on rough terrains.
• Make sure to turn off functions such as lights, music, etc. when you exit your electric rickshaw as it takes a toll on your battery.
• Use a dry cloth to clean the battery and apply petroleum jelly only on the cable clamps and terminals. Make sure that the clamps are always firmly tightened and fixed to their respective poles
• If you are using a battery for an extended period, it can get corroded. So, check its condition regularly.

Tata Green Batteries are designed to handle extreme weather conditions and external sparks, hence Tata Green Batteries are safe to use.

Typically, an e-rickshaw requires 8 to 11 hours of charging. However, it may vary as per climatic conditions. If the batteries are not fully charged, it will surely affect the mileage. The e-rickshaw battery can run for 70 kms on a full charge. Low-cost battery chargers that are used to charge these e-rickshaws have a power rating of 500 to 700 Watts and are nonpower factor-corrected. E-rickshaw batteries have a longer life of six to twelve months. Check out the prices of Tata Green Batteries’ e-rickshaw batteries to order them online.

There are four batteries in an e-rickshaw.

The life of your e-rickshaw battery will depend on your usage and maintenance. Keeping the batteries optimally charged always is one of the ways to ensure a longer lifespan of your e-rickshaw batteries. Tata Green Batteries provide a warranty period of up to 6 months on their lead acid flat plate e-rickshaw battery.

In case of any emergency or assistance, you may reach out to us using our toll-free number 09213100000 or 18004198888, TGY channel partner, or via e-mail.

In the case of inverter batteries, you might find that the battery is unable to hold a charge, or that it is making odd sounds. Tata Green Batteries’ tubular batteries ensure a high performance without any key issues and thus, is the ideal choice of inverter batteries for your home.

Our batteries are designed to operate under all tropical climatic conditions. Excessive heat (i.e. more than 50°C) can cause overcharging of the batteries and shorten its lifespan. On the other hand, cold weather (i.e. less than -18°C) can contract the electrolyte present in the battery cells. However, most battery manufacturers adjust the inverter settings to charge at room temperature so that it remains unaffected by temperature change.

Every time you clean your inverter batteries, check the levels of electrolyte. If you find that the fluid is not sufficient, fill your battery with distilled water. Tubular batteries require little maintenance, and thus, are the most suitable choice of inverter batteries for your home.

You can follow these simple steps to maintain your inverter battery:

• Always keep your inverter in a well-ventilated area.
• Clean the battery terminals regularly to prevent corrosion.
• Make sure the inverter battery is sufficiently charged to provide backup power. It will need about 8 hours of charging in case of complete discharge.
• The inverter battery electrolyte level needs to be checked every 3 month and top-up is necessary if it is below or near the MIN line.
• The inverter power capacity needs to be checked. If the load is higher, then the batteries need to be fixed as per the load application chart.

We offer you an extremely safe range of inverter batteries from the house of GS-Yuasa. Additionally, they are created using superior

Inverter batteries can broadly be classified into three categories: Flat plate batteries, tubular batteries, and sealed maintenance-free batteries.
Tata Green Batteries’ tubular batteries are highly efficient and thus, makes for an ideal inverter battery for your home.

The average lifespan of an inverter battery is 4 to 5 years. This is based on the warranty offer.

The longevity of your 12 volt inverter battery will depend on the load as well as the warranty period.

Yes. A hybrid solar inverter is fully capable of providing power supply without the use of batteries. Such inverters utilize the power generated by the solar panels to facilitate electric current during power cuts. On this website, you can look at Tata Green Batteries’ inverter battery prices and shop for inverter batteries online.

The Inverter itself charges the battery. In case you wish to charge the battery with a separate charger, you have to disconnect the inverter and the batteries.

You can simply check the digital screen of your inverter to know if it is charging. If you’re looking for an inverter battery for your home, tubular batteries are highly recommended. On this website, you can also check the prices of Tata Green Batteries’ inverter batteries.

If the inverter trips, you may need to press the trip reset button on the device to reset it. If your inverter battery is weak, it is advisable that you charge it for a few hours. Else if it is old, then it is a good idea to replace it altogether.

Distilled water must be added to the inverter battery on a regular basis. When it reduces, the battery will let off an alarm. It is always better to keep on filling your battery with distilled water before the level is too low. Distilled water removes the lead sulphate crystals and its accumulation on the plates. Once the level becomes extremely low the efficiency drastically decreases thus putting a load on the inverter battery.

This could be due to a high-power consumption and in such a case, you must remove the extra load. If the battery is not properly charged, then a problem like this could arise. Similarly, if the battery has lost electrolyte, then the backup time may be shortened. In this case, top up the battery with distilled water regularly. Remember that the water level must be maintained between the maximum and minimum water limit.

Yes, they can! The possible reasons for it can be –

• Low quality batteries with broken or non-ceramic fume filters that are more susceptible to catching fire.
• Low quality base in Printed Circuit Board (PCB) and undersized tracks may create a short circuit leading to a fire.
• High room temperature and constant high charge power supply even at 40°C temperature.
• Low quality internal relay and no automatic cut off function when using an excess load.

Here is the formula to help you choose the right inverter battery for your home:

Step 1: Calculate Total Load
Step 2: Size of Inverter: Size of Inverter = Total Load + (1+Af) / Ie VA
Step 3: Size of Battery: Total Load of Battery Bank= (Total Load x Backup Capacity) / Battery Bank Volt
Step 4: Connection of Battery:

Series Connection:
Selection of Battery for Voltage = Volt of Each Battery <= Volt of Battery Bank Selection of Battery for Amp-Hr = Amp-Hr of Battery Bank <= Amp-Hr of Each Battery Parallel Configuration:
Selection of Battery for Voltage = Volt of Battery Bank = Volt of Each Battery

A tubular battery is a type of lead-acid battery wherein the positive plate is replaced with a tube that contains a charge. Due to this structure, tubular batteries are more efficient and last longer.
If you wish to shop for an inverter battery online, you may look at the prices of our inverter batteries on this website.

Yes. Like most other batteries, tubular batteries also need to be refilled with distilled water. However, the frequency is comparatively lower as they undergo a slow water loss.
Due to their high performance, tubular batteries are considered the best inverter batteries for a home. They can be relied upon for power supply during power cuts.

The key to increasing any battery’s life lies in regular maintenance. Here’s how to maintain your tubular battery:

• Protect it from extreme temperatures and corrosion.
• Always keep your battery charged.
• Minimize power consumption. If you’re looking for a long-lasting inverter battery for your home, tubular batteries are highly recommended. On this website, you may look at the prices of our inverter batteries.

A tubular battery is a type of lead-acid battery in which sulfuric acid is used as the electrolyte. When these two electrodes are dipped in sulfuric acid, chemical reactions generate direct current. The best part about these batteries is that these chemical reactions are reversible, thus making the batteries rechargeable.

Inverter batteries are energy storing units that are used to supply the necessary electric current during power cuts. Other than commercial use, they are very commonly used for household purposes.
When power is available, the inverter battery is slowly charged by the transformer at a low current. The battery contains this energy in the form of a direct current (DC). However, the electronics in the house employ an accelerating current (AC). Thus, at the time of a power outage, this direct current (DC) is converted into an accelerating current (AC) using alternators and transformers to provide electricity.
This is also known as uninterrupted power supply (UPS). Every UPS is equipped with a surge protector system to ensure safety while the source of power supply is switched from the mains to the inverter.
Since there is a risk involved such as overflow of current and sparks, it is crucial to buy a safe inverter battery.
Shopping for an inverter battery online is far more convenient, and thus, we suggest you check Tata Green Batteries’ inverter batteries on this website.

Inverter batteries primarily differ from automotive batteries in the following ways:
Automotive batteries provide intense current for a brief moment. The primary function of automotive batteries is to kick off the engine, which does not take more than a few seconds. After that, the alternator attends to the power requirements of the vehicle and recharges the battery to be used next.
Inverter batteries, on the other hand, provide a minimal and consistent current for extended durations. The basic role of an inverter battery is to facilitate the necessary power supply during an outage. These are also known as deep cycle batteries, as they do not get damaged even after being discharged for a long period.

Plates: Automotive batteries comprise of many thin plates whereas inverter batteries contain fewer plates that are thicker in width.
Electrolyte: Inverter batteries contain a higher volume of electrolyte to enable a uniform current for longer durations.
In case you need a new inverter battery for your home, you may either buy an inverter battery online, or check Tata Green Batteries’ inverter battery price on this website.

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