Capitol Industrial Batteries – Where Service is Alive and Well

Where Service is Alive and Sell

Capitol Industrial Batteries – perfect power solution.

Whether you require batteries repaired, overhauled or replaced, Capitol are trusted and relied upon by a wide range of UK rail industry companies, who have come to know that we deliver on our promises to provide exacting standards of product, service, ongoing technical support and commitment in all aspects of our business dealings.

An independent manufacturer with enough strength and flexibility to be able to support mainline customers requirements through stock availability and technical experience, we have consistently delivered on a wide variety of projects ranging from single battery orders, to fleet change out programmes set against customer schedules and agreed service levels.

  • Full workshop test and overhaul facilities available UK wide
  • Battery and Charger Condition based Assessments
  • Battery lifecycle reporting and recommendations
  • Complete site Surveys and reporting for Charging and ventilation requirements
  • Manufacturing and design framework capabilities
  • Stock holding facility for contract support
  • Manufacture and supply complete batteries and components to several EU battery suppliers
  • Innovative Energy Storage System assessments for use on Railway depots

For more information, telephone 01236 731982 or email [email protected]

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