Life Cycle Costing (LCC): The Cost of Ownership of a Battery System

Life Cycle Costing (LCC): The Cost of Ownership of a Battery System from Industrial Batteries Limited

By: Industrial Batteries Limited  29/10/2010
Keywords: batteries, battery replacement, industrial batteries

 Industrial Batteries (UK) Limited – IBLUK – has an expanding range of technical papers covering nickel-cadmium industrial batteries and battery applications.
The latest of these ’White Papers’ to be issued describes Life Cycle Costing (LCC) which is a method used to determine the total cost of ownership of an individual item or the component of a system. This is a structured approach which looks at all the components of this cost and can produce a spend profile of the product over its expected life-span.  
The main topics covered in this paper are:
• The Basis of Life Cycle Costing.
• Life Cycle Costing for a Battery System including the initial cost, replacement cost, maintenance cost and downtime cost.
• Relevance of life, performance and reliability factors.
• Examples to illustrate the effect of lifetime, temperature and maintenance.
• General conclusions based upon the information contained in the paper.
The paper can be obtained from Industrial Batteries (UK) Limited via a request form on the IBLUK web site.
Industrial Batteries (UK) Limited - IBLUK – is the main distributor of Alcad Industrial Nickel-Cadmium Batteries in the United Kingdom.
In addition to assisting the customer in their choice of battery and battery stand, it can also offer an extensive selection of approved accessories, a technical consultancy service, user training and a battery replacement and recycling service
To obtain a copy of the paper, please visit our web site www.ibluk.co.uk  and complete the ‘Request White Paper’ on-line order form.

Keywords: Application Engineering, batteries, Battery Cost, battery replacement, battery supplier, industrial batteries, Nickel Cadmium Batteries, Operating Conditions,

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