The heart of all the Systems onboard a boat is formed by batteries. It's important to choose a suitable size and type of battery to meet your cargo and demand. With the Maritime Services we will look at ways to install a marine battery. At Interorientdmcc Marine Services we use these methods and hope you find it useful.
Before we start, we will need the following tools to outfit
Step 1. Choose a position for your battery. It must be cool, high, and dry. ( NOTE: Elevated storehouse temperatures increase the tone-discharge rate of the batteries and reduce the storehouse time between needed freshening charges.)
Step 2. Choose a place for installing your battery switch. It must be dry and easy to pierce.
Step 3. Measure the distance from the outstation of your battery to the battery switch.
Step 4. Measure the distance from the battery switch to the machine bar or to the outstation of your outfit
Step 5. Measure the distance from – the outstation of the battery to the machine bar.
Step 6. Prepare your string by following the below 6-way Strip the external jacket of the string to expose-approx. 10 mm of bare line. Cut 30 mm of heat shrink. Attach lugs to the exposed part of the string. Crimp the lugs. Slide the heat shrink over the string lug. Use the heat gun on the heat shrink to melt it and fit.
Step 7. Install the battery switch.
Step 8. Connect the lines to the battery.
Step 9. Strain the outstations.
Step 10. Give finishing traces to the installation process by Securing the lines tidily using string ties. cover the outstations by scattering Boeshield on them to help erosion.
With Crew Management Team while mounting multiple batteries there must be ½ ” of space between the batteries to allow for convection-cooling. However, assure the vessel or press and room have acceptable ventilation to help prevent an accumulation of potentially vented gas If contained. When the batteries are being placed side to side, all the batteries should be placed with the outstations of the same opposition ve or – ve to the front of the shelf. Once the batteries are placed in the Positions numbering should be done for identification during the conservation
Battery temperature detector improves charge control and battery performance. Making sure the proper charge voltage is necessary for achieving good battery performance and life. The battery temperature detector enables the charge regulator to acclimate charge voltage grounded on factual battery temperature always. Temperature measurement of charge voltage makes sure that the battery receives the right charge voltage as battery temperature can change during an operation.