Extending Battery Life

  • Sludge buildup in the bottom of the battery
  • Batteries discharging during periods of disuse
  • Gassing and subsequent loss of electrolytes
  • Sulfation- the most common cause of battery failure

Gill Batteries

  • Improved 18 month/1800 hour capacity check inspection
    • Gill has extended this capacity check inspection time from 12 months or 800 hours. This is a major increase for pilots and mechanics. Compare this time to any aircraft without Gill batteries and you’ll find 12 months, or 800 hours, is the standard.
  • Industry leading 24 month warranty for both turbine and non-turbine aircraft
    • Most manufacturers only offer 12 months on turbine aircraft only.
  • High reliability through engineered processes
    • The superior shelf life offered by Gill’s new battery series can help defend against battery self-discharge. The new shelf life can last up to two years without degradation to the battery.
  • Robust construction that offers durability and dependability
  • FAA / PMA Approved and TSO authorized
  • Offers the best discharge and recharge efficiency in lead-acid chemistry
  • Improved energy density
  • Tested to DO-160E
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