Looking for monobloc deep cycle AGM batteries (absorbent glass mat) and expert technical advice?

To meet your power requirements and guarantee reliability, Valen is proud to offer 6v and 12v AGM batteries.

Valen Topin AGM battery with SSL Approval is ideal for applications such as fire and pumping.
Valen X-CEL is an advanced AGM battery with additional tin making it the perfect solution for UPS, communications and automation.

But we’re not just about “selling batteries”. We’re here to work alongside you, solve your problems and provide ongoing support from our expert technical team.

If you’re unsure if monobloc AGM deep cycle batteries are right for your application needs, talk to the experts at Valen.

We proudly service clients all over Australia and New Zealand from a diverse range of industries.

Ideal AGM battery applications include

Benefits of Monobloc AGM batteries

AGM batteries are rugged, easy to use, have relatively low self-discharge and are mostly maintenance-free. Due to its construction, an AGM deep cycle battery can charge and discharge relatively quickly, providing excellent power output. They can be placed on a constant float charge and drawn on in emergencies or if there is a lack of alternative energy source.

In some applications, an AGM battery can serve as a reservoir of power-saving long runs of thicker cable while at the same time, providing power in a mains failure scenario.

A further advantage of AGM monobloc batteries compared to traditional wet cell batteries is that because the plates and separator are packed tightly in their plastic cases, AGM batteries have good vibration resistance.

What is an AGM Battery?

Monobloc AGM batteries are a type of Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery. VRLA batteries are sometimes also referred to as Sealed Lead Acid (SLA).

How is a Monobloc AGM Battery Constructed?

Like all VRLA batteries, monobloc AGM batteries come in a standard ABS battery casing, and the lead-acid inside is formed into positive and negative lead plates. There are valves which sit at the top above the battery to release gas as the battery pressure increases.

In an AGM battery, the positive and negative plates are separated by an AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) comprising of glass fibres which immobilise the battery’s acid and prevents it from flowing freely inside the battery.

The plates are tightly compressed into each cell and held under pressure in the plastic case. The internal compression limits are shedding of plate material caused by cycling and allows for significantly longer life. The compression also lowers internal resistance and maximises pulse power output.

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