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Sale of batteries for aircrafts with delivery around the world.

The price for batteries for aviation equipment is calculated individually based on the following factors:

  • Distance of the delivery object (region) from the warehouse of our company;

  • Technical equipment of this model;

  • Scope of supply: for bulk orders, prices can be revised;

Contact our specialists to find the optimal model of the battery for a helicopter or airplane, place an order and delivery to your country. Possible self-export of batteries from the warehouse of our company. High quality of service and prompt delivery of batteries are the main principles of our company's work.

We supply aviation batteries all over the world. Trast Aerosupermarket cooperate with factories-manufacturers of aircraft and helicopters, as well as centers for maintenance and repair of aircraft.

In Trast aero aviation store you will buy batteries for any aircraft and helicopters:

  • Airbus
  • Antonov (AN)
  • BAE
  • Boeing
  • Bombardier (Learjet)
  • Dassault (Mirage)
  • Dornier (Do)
  • Eurocopter
  • Fokker (F)
  • HAL
  • IAI
  • Illyushin (IL)
  • Kamov (KA)
  • LET
  • Mikoyan-Gurevich (MIG)
  • MIL (Mi)
  • Sukhoi (SU)
  • Tupolev (TU) etc.

What you need to know about batteries for an airplane and a helicopter before buying.

Batteries for helicopters and aircraft are used as a backup source of energy or as a power bank on plane. They serve to provide power to auxiliary control units of aircraft engines.

Aircraft batteries are of two types: airborne and airfield.

On-board aviation batteries are auxiliary and backup sources of electric current on the aircraft. They provide an independent launch of the power plant, the removal of short-term peak loads from generators and power vital components of the aircraft in the failure of generators in flight.
Aerodrome batteries are used to power equipment and start aircraft power plants at aerodromes.

Major parameters of the batteries: the electromotive force (emf), internal resistance, voltage and capacity.
Batteries for aircraft are installed in metal containers that are closed with lids. On the containers there are plug sockets for connecting the batteries to the on-board network. When installing the battery in the container, it is necessary to correctly connect the terminals and observe the polarity. The inner cavity of the containers is covered with insulating material. Containers can have internal or external electric heating.

Batteries removed from aircraft are stored in clean, dry and ventilated rooms. The temperature in the room should be kept within 5-35 ° C. Joint storage and co-charging of acid and alkaline batteries are not allowed.

The battery is a vessel made from an electrically insulating material, in which an electrochemical system is placed: electrodes and electrolyte.
In modern aviation batteries, 3 types of electrochemical systems are used:
  • Lead accumulators;
  • Silver-zinc batteries;
  • Nickel-cadmium batteries.