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Current systems, primarily batch processes, require at least 48 hours and in many cases up to 72 hours or more for a batch of plates to be ready for further processing.

Typically, manufactures load one chamber for every shift, with some manufactures waiting for up to 24 hours before starting the process. the first pallet loaded must wait for the final pallet to be loaded (full oven) before the process is initiated.

This means that the first pallet could be waiting for as long as 24 hours before the process is started.

The sovema fast curing system has eliminated the inefficiency of this process and offers the manufacturer the opportunity to maximise their production with a systems approach to this very time consuming part of battery manufacturing.

By providing single width batch chambers, it has been proven that the consistency and quality of the curing and drying process can be predictable and repeatable while requiring significantly less time when the plates are subjected to proper curing and drying conditions.

The conversion of free leads are directly effected by the upstream processes of oxide production, paste mixing, and flash drying. the curing oven only finishes a chemical reaction that is already taking place. therefore, the curing phase of the curing/drying chamber is focused on presenting the plates in the most controllable environment so that temperature and relative humidity specifications are met and maintained with the minimal required external energy inputs. the sovema chambers are designed so that consistency and quality of the cure is the only priority.

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Sovema Curing Chamber

BITRODE PARTIAL USER’S LIST

SOVEMA PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • AMARA RAJA BATTERIES LT.
  • KIRLOSKAR BATT.
  • THE STANDARD BATTERY LTD.
  • EXIDE INDUSTRIES
  • SU-KAM POWER SYSTEM
  • MINDA INDUSTRIES LIMITED
  • LUMINUOUS TECHNOLOGIES
  • HBL POWER SYSTEMS LTD

TRIOPTICS PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • Laboratory for Electro-optics Systems
  • Laser Science & Technology Centre,
  • Government of India, Department of Atomic Energy, Centre for Advanced Technology
  • Government of India, Ministry of Defence, ORDNANCE FACTORY
  • BHARAT ELECTRONICS LIMITED / PUNE / MACHALIPATNAM
  • Central Scientific Instruments Organisation (CSIO)
  • Instrument Research & Development Establishment
  • M/s. Aravind Engineering Industries
  • Aurolab
  • Research Centre Imarat
  • Government of India, Ministry of Defence, Optoelectronics Factory
  • Government of India, Department of Space, ISRO Inertial Systems Unit
  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
  • Alpha-ITL Electro-optics Pvt. Ltd.,
  • Bharat Electronics Limited
  • Speck Systems Limited
  • Aishwarya Telecom Limited
  • Commandant., 509, Army Base Work Shop, Agra Cantt,
  • The Controller, Controllerate of Quality Assurance (Instruments), Government of India
  • Government of India, Department of Space, ISRO Inertial Systems Unit, IISU
  • Indian Institute of Space Science And Technology, Department of Space, Government of India
  • Government of India, Ministry of Defence, ORDNANCE FACTORY, Raipur, DEHRADUN 248 008

XENOCS PARTIAL USER’S LIST

KALLSTROM PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • EXIDE; HOSUR
  • EXIDE; HALDIA
  • AMARA RAJA ; TIRUPATI
  • GNB ; HOSUR
  • EXIDE INDUSTRIES LIMITED
  • Base Corporation Ltd, Sholan
  • AEGAN Batteries Ltd
  • EXIDE; TALOJA
  • Base Corporation Ltd, HOSUR
  • Exide :Shamnagar
  • Associated Battery Manufacturers(Ceylon) ltd

OXFORD PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE ; BANGALORE
  • NATIONAL CHEMICAL LABORATORY ; PUNE
  • CENTRAL DRUG RESEARCH INSTITUTE ; LUCKNOW
  • ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES ; DELHI
  • SAHA INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS; KOLKATA
  • CENTRAL SALT & MARINE CHEMICALS RESEARCH INSTITUTE ; GUJARAT
  • BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE ; MUMBAI
  • CENTRE FOR DNA FINGERPRINTING DIAGNOSTICS ; HYDERABAD
  • CENTRE FOR CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH); HYDERABAD
  • ICGEB ; NEW DELHI
  • JUBILANT BIOSYS LTD ; BANGALORE
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF IMMUNOLOGY ; NEW DELHI
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION AND
    RESEARCH ; MOHALI
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KHARAGPUR ; KHARAGPUR
  • BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE ; MUMBAI

HASKRIS PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE : BANGALORE
  • JAWAHARLAL NEHRU CENTRE FOR ADVANCE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ; BANGALORE
  • RAMAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE ; BANGALORE
  • CENTRE FOR LIQUID CRYSTAL RESEARCH ; BANGALORE
  • MYSORE UNIVERSITY; MYSORE
  • MADRAS UNIVERSITY ; CHENNAI
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; KANPUR
  • NATIONAL CHEMICAL LABORATORY ; PUNE
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; DELHI
  • CENTRAL DRUG RESEARCH INSTITUTE ; LUCKNOW
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY ; CHANDIGARH
  • ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES ; DELHI
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; KANPUR
  • SAHA INSTITUTE OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS; KOLKATA
  • ESSAR STEEL ; SURAT
  • RANBAXY ; DEWAS

VINKAROLA PARTIAL USER’S LIST

  • Labratory fro Electro Optics System(LEOS)
  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO)
  • Madras University