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Su-Kam Automate automotive battery introduced

by Team ZigWheels Posted on 20 Dec 20124,760 Views2 Comments

Home grown power solutions provider Su-Kam introduces 'Automate' automotive grade battery in different capacities for three-wheelers and passenger vehicles

 

Su-Kam Automate

 

 

Su-Kam that makes power back-up inverters and batteries for  homes and offices has introduced ‘Automate’ automotive grade batteries for three-wheelers and passenger vehicles in different capacities to suit varied power requirements. 

 

The new automotive batteries are designed to perform in temperatures ranging from -18ºC to +55ºC with their All Weather Technology (AWT) that ensures their durability and longevity in excessive temperatures.

 

S B Ganguly, Board of Director at Su-Kam (ex-Director, Exide Industries) said, “Living up to our philosophy of offering uninterrupted power supplies to our customers, we now offer Automate, unique automobile battery to ensure uninterrupted power supply for your vehicles. Backed by technological innovations this battery has been designed to ensure that your car runs smoothly no matter how rough terrain or how extreme the weather conditions.”

 

The Automate range of automotive batteries will be available across Su-Kam’s national dealer network. 

 

Related: Taking care of car batteries

 

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