As the energy needs of our customers continue to evolve so do our batteries. Trojan Battery engineers are continuously improving our products to provide even greater battery performance for the equipment we power. Advancements such as Trojan's T2 Technology™, our proprietary Alpha Plus® Paste and exclusive Maxguard® separator work in synergy to deliver exceptional battery performance.
1 - Alpha Plus® Paste with T2 Technology™
Maximum Operating Performance
Trojan's Alpha Plus Paste is a proprietary, high-density paste formulation precisely engineered to deliver outstanding battery performance. This high-density paste optimizes porosity development in the active material utilizing the active material more effectively resulting in sustained battery performance over a longer period of time. Trojan's T2 Technology introduces a patent-pending T2 metal agent into Alpha Plus Paste further strengthening the electrochemical processing capabilities of Trojan's Alpha Plus Paste. Together Alpha Plus Paste with T2 Technology increase both sustained capacity and total overall ampere-hours resulting in more operating power for your application. It's a key reason why Trojan batteries consistently outperform the competition.
2 - Trojan Grid Technology
Trojan's grid technology is a lead antimony alloy grid mixture formulated specifically for use with Trojan's Alpha Plus® Paste with T2 Technology. The grid formulation provides exceptional structural adhesion between the Alpha Plus Paste and the grid frame. Thick grids reinforce the strength of the frame and reduce corrosion. The overall grid configuration is optimized to enhance current flow through the grid network providing exceptional battery performance, reducing downtime and lowering maintenance costs.
3 - Maxguard® T2 Separator
Longer Battery Life
Exclusively available in Trojan batteries is our Maxguard T2 advanced separator. Trojan's Maxguard T2 separator features a multi-rib geometry which keeps acid channels open longer enhancing electrochemical processing while reducing the risk of stratification. Maxguard's proprietary rubber-based material formulation inhibits antimony transfer between the positive grids and negative plates; a protection not available in many other competitor batteries. A newly fortified, thick back web provides even greater separator strength resulting in a more robust battery with increased protection against failures caused by separator degradation. Trojan's Maxguard T2 advanced separator sustains performance providing exceptionally longer battery life and significantly lowering your operating costs.