Get your project off to the right start with NDSI's Battery Installation Services. Our professional team of installation specialists have the breadth of experience to tackle even the most complex projects.

  • Installation of batteries, racks, and accessories to the highest quality standards
  • Coordination with other onsite resources to ensure timely project completion
  • Acceptance Inspection and Testing of batteries
    (Necessary for the reliability and ultimate performance of your batteries)
  • Recommendations for routine Preventative Maintenance
Enhanced Reliability
  • Verifies batteries operate to manufacturer's specifications
  • Verifies the battery system meets the power requirements specified in the project design
  • Verifies proper installation
  • Establishes baseline readings of key battery parameters for future reference, and to monitor trends.
  • Provides the necessary documentation to support any potential warranty claims
Investment Protection
When your new battery installation is professionally inspected and tested by trained, qualified power specialists, you can be confident that your batteries:
  • Comply with your design specifications and will perform as required
  • Function for optimized battery life and performance
  • Perform with increased reliability of the dc power, protecting your investment in systems they are supporting
Inspection Process
NDSI follows a strict process to ensure optimal performance of your battery system
  • Receipt inspection
  • Verify proper polarity connection of cells
  • Verify inter-cell connection integrity
  • Verify electrolyte levels
Testing Process
After batteries have been initially charged to manufacturer's specifications, we will perform the following tests:
  • Voltage test
  • Measure and record battery float current
  • Electrolyte specific gravity and temperature (Vented lead-acid only)
  • Internal ohmic test (Required for VRLA, optional for vented lead-acid)
  • Negative terminal temperature (VRLA only)
  • Acceptance load test
  • Long duration versus high-rate discharge test