Fiamm 12FGHL28 - 12V 7.2Ah Battery

  • Product Code 12FGHL22
£22.00 inc. VAT

The Fiamm 12FGHL28 battery from Blue Box Batteries is perfect for high rate discharge equipment in standby use such as Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) and other power devices that require a reliable DC power source to support critical services even when mains power has failed. The Fiamm FGHL has been designed to provide extended service life when installed, so will require replacement less often than standard lead acid battery types. The 12FGHL28 is built to a standard 12V 7Ah box shape so will replace any battery of this type equipped with an F2 (6.3mm wide) faston terminal type.

Blue Box Batteries are an approved battery distributor for Fiamm, and are pleased to be able to provide the FGHL battery as part of our extensive range of standby battery products. Call us today to discuss how we can help you ensure your standby power equipment is operating with the best battery system possible.

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StandardIEC 60896 Part 21, IEC 60896 Part 22, UL recognised.
Eurobat ‘high performance - 10 to 12 years’.
GridsGravity cased grids with high purity lead calcium tin alloy.
SeparatorsElectrolyte fully absorbed in glass mat (AGM technology).
Post SealsHigh integrity post seal design prevents acid leakage over a wide temperature range.
One-way safer valvesTo allow excess gas to escape in the event of overcharging.
Case MaterialABS resin
Fiamm 12FGH28 Data Sheetclick here
Fiamm FGHL Range Brochureclick here
MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet)click here

Questions & Answers

  • Is there a difference between the Fiamm FGH range and the FGHL? Both are high rate discharge battery products, however the FGHL offers a further improved design life against the standard FGH type, and has the applicable Eurobat ‘high performance’ 10 - 12 years in terms of design life. It is important to remember that 'design life' is quite different from actual service life which is dependent on environment and conditions in which the battery is used.

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