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IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

IEEE P1578/D2, June 2017, 2017

Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.


IEEE/ASHRAE Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

IEEE Std 1635-2012/ASHRAE Guideline 21-2012, 2012

Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to maximize battery life while minimizing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes ...


IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

IEEE P1578/D3, June 2018, 2018

Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.


IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

IEEE P1578/D2, January 2018, 2018

Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.


VRLA battery system reliability and proactive maintenance

Intelec 2010, 2010

Nowadays VRLA (valve regulated lead acid) battery is the main energy storage device selected for the telecommunication power supply system. Low maintenance is the primary advantage of VRLA battery over traditional VLA (vented or flooded lead acid) battery, while the main disadvantage is a somewhat shorter lifetime, Compared to the VLA battery. Further more, the actual service life is almost ...


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  • IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

    Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.

  • IEEE/ASHRAE Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

    Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to maximize battery life while minimizing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes and the hazards associated with each. It provides the HVAC designer with the information to provide a cost effective ventilation solution.

  • IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

    Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.

  • IEEE Draft Recommended Practice for Stationary Battery Electrolyte Spill Containment and Management

    Descriptions of products, methods, and procedures relating to stationary batteries, battery electrolyte spill mechanisms, electrolyte containment and control methodologies, and firefighting considerations are provided.

  • VRLA battery system reliability and proactive maintenance

    Nowadays VRLA (valve regulated lead acid) battery is the main energy storage device selected for the telecommunication power supply system. Low maintenance is the primary advantage of VRLA battery over traditional VLA (vented or flooded lead acid) battery, while the main disadvantage is a somewhat shorter lifetime, Compared to the VLA battery. Further more, the actual service life is almost much shorter than the design life. So VRLA battery has reliability limitation to a certain extent. Reliable and safe VRLA battery system won't happen without proactive maintenance. This paper analyses the causes of premature failure of VRLA battery and describes the methods to extend the lifetime of VRLA battery, so that to increase the reliability and safety of VRLA battery system.

  • IEEE/ASHRAE Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

    Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to improving battery life while reducing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes and the hazards associated with each. It provides the HVAC designer with the information to provide a cost effective ventilation solution.

  • IEEE/ASHRAE Draft Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

    Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to improving battery life while reducing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes and the hazards associated with each. It provides the HVAC designer with the information to provide a cost effective ventilation solution.

  • IEEE/ASHRAE Draft Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

    Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to improving battery life while reducing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes and the hazards associated with each. It provides the HVAC designer with the information to provide a cost effective ventilation solution.

  • IEEE/ASHRAE Guide for the Ventilation and Thermal Management of Batteries for Stationary Applications

    Vented lead-acid (VLA), valve-regulated lead-acid (VRLA), and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) stationary battery installations are discussed in this guide, written to serve as a bridge between the electrical designer and the heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) designer. Ventilation of stationary battery installations is critical to maximize battery life while minimizing the hazards associated with hydrogen production. This guide describes battery operating modes and the hazards associated with each. It provides the HVAC designer with the information to provide a cost effective ventilation solution.



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Guide for Batteries for Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems

This guide discusses various battery systems so that the user can make informed decisions on selection, installation design, installation, maintenance, and testing of stationary standby batteries used in uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems. This guide divides the available technologies into the following three main categories: Vented lead-acid batteries (VLA); Valve-regulated lead acid (VRLA); Ni-Cd batteries (Ni-Cd). For each category, the ...


IEEE Guide for Optimizing the Performance and Life of Lead-Acid Batteries in Remote Hybrid Power Systems

This guide provides rationale and guidance for operating lead-acid batteries in remote hybrid power systems, taking into consideration system loads and the capacities of the system’s renewable-energy generator(s), dispatchable generator(s), and battery(s). It also provides guidance for selecting an appropriate lead-acid battery technology for various system operating strategies.


IEEE Recommended Practice for Installation Design and Installation of Vented Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

This recommended practice provides recommended design practices and procedures for storage, location, mounting, ventilation, instrumentation, preassembly, assembly, and charging of vented lead-acid batteries. Required safety practices are also included. This recommended practice applies to all stationary applications. However, specific applications, such as emergency lighting units and semiportable equipment, and alternate energy applications, may have other appropriate practices and are beyond ...


IEEE Recommended Practice for Maintenance, Testing , and Replacement of Vented Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

General revision of contents of the standard with no change in the existing scope of the standard.


IEEE Recommended Practice for Sizing Lead-Acid Batteries for Stand-Alone Photovoltaic (PV) Systems

This recommended practice describes a method for sizing both vented and valve-regulated lead-acid batteries in stand-alone PV systems. Installation, maintenance, safety, testing procedures, and consideration of battery types other than lead-acid are beyond the scope of this recommended practice. Sizing batteries for hybrid and grid-connected PV systems is beyond the scope of this recommended practice. Recommended practices for the remainder ...



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