- Following the announcement, Flux Power is introducing its new G2 Series, a line of heavy-duty battery packs with the safest, most stable lithium chemistry available.
- The newly designed product portfolio includes order pickers, 36-volt narrow aisle trucks, and a broad range of GSE vehicles with heavy-duty battery packs optimized to deliver peak performance.
- Flux uses Ion phosphate, the least volatile, not cobalt, which has a higher volatility risk.
- Testing and listing for durability and safety is important, and something customers demand.
Flux Power Holdings, Inc., a company specializing in lithium-ion energy storage solutions for commercial and industrial equipment, has successfully completed UL Solutions compliance testing. This achievement has allowed them to obtain UL Solutions certification for their advanced clean energy battery technology. Their latest innovation, the Flux Power G2 Series platform, introduces a range of heavy-duty battery packs that utilize safe and stable lithium iron phosphate chemistry.
CEO Ron Dutt expressed his company’s commitment to delivering top-quality lithium-ion battery packs to their Fortune 500 customers. He highlighted the importance of safety and durability as the company’s utmost priorities. The completion of the UL Solutions compliance investigation and subsequent UL Listed designation showcases Flux Power’s market leadership and dedication to providing the highest standard of battery packs. By undergoing independent third-party testing and validation for safety, performance, and stability, Flux Power ensures that its products meet rigorous industry standards and customer expectations.
Flux Power G2 Series
The newly designed product portfolio from Flux Power offers a variety of models suitable for different purposes. These include models for order pickers, narrow aisle trucks with a 36-volt system, and a wide range of GSE (Ground Support Equipment) vehicles equipped with heavy-duty battery packs optimized for optimal performance. The modular components of these batteries can be customized to meet voltage and capacity requirements, ranging from 24 to 80 volts and 210 to 840 amp hours (Ah). To cater to diverse indoor and outdoor applications, the batteries now feature active cooling and heating systems, ensuring reliable operation in both hot and cold environments. They also provide protection against extreme temperatures, overcharge/discharge, high current, and drive-away incidents. Additionally, the batteries come with high IP (Ingress Protection) ratings, such as IP66, to prevent water intrusion.
Flux Power has a track record of successful test cycles with their previous generations of clean energy battery packs. As a result, UL Solutions has authorized the company to conduct compliance testing internally at its manufacturing facility in Vista, California. Throughout the approval process, the UL Solutions team conducts periodic inspections both on-site and virtually to ensure compliance with safety standards. They closely monitor the test schedule and provide oversight at specific intervals, guaranteeing the batteries meet the required quality and safety regulations.