Kijo graphene battery will become the new favorite in the winter of 2022
Kijo graphene battery will become the new favorite in the winter of 2022

Kijo graphene battery will become the new favorite in the winter of 2022

There are many criteria for selecting batteries for electric vehicles, such as appearance, battery life, power, cycle life, and so on. But looking at the various use scenarios of pulling goods and carrying people uphill, the three major pain points that consumers are most concerned about are long-distance running, low-temperature resistance, and longer life.

As a technical model in the storage battery industry, the Kijo graphene battery adopts battery technologies such as heavier weight, secret formula electrolyte, continuous casting, rolling, etc., which has better low-temperature performance without swelling and has brought a new breakthrough in the riding experience. In a word, Runs far and is durable!


Whether the battery runs far depends on the larger battery capacity on the one hand, and the battery capacity mainly relies on the content of lead. Affected by cost and lightweight trends, ordinary batteries contain less lead, coupled with backward equipment and technology, the utilization rate of lead powder is low, and the product will not run far. Kijo directly hits the pain point of consumers. Our product has heavier lead content than ordinary batteries. At the same time, we adopt automatic welding technology and continuous casting and rolling process, so that the utilization rate of lead is higher, which meets the needs of consumers for battery life and becomes the battery benchmark that runs farther.

Judging from the hundreds of mileage challenges held by Kijo in recent years, such as the "North China Plain Race", "South China Hill Climb Race", "East China Load Race", "Northeast Cold Endurance Race", Kijo products are a perfect victory over similar products, which have won the MVP. If you choose the Kijo graphene battery, the performance can be improved more. According to the market feedback, the light motorcycle with a 48V23Ah graphene battery can travel 70-80km, while the 60V23Ah graphene battery can run the longest mileage of 80-90km.

Is the battery durability mainly dependent on the electrolyte ratio? Kijo’s confidential formula electrolyte has a higher utilization rate of active materials. With the blessing of X5 core technology of “core alloy, core structure, core technology, core intelligence, and core intelligence” it effectively solves the phenomenon of aggravated oxidation and corrosion of the positive plate when the temperature is too high, and effectively controls the water loss caused by battery overcharging. It does not bulge in summer and has better low-temperature performance in winter, and it still operates normally in the range of minus -35°C.


The discharge curve shows that the discharge performance of competing products generally drops after about 260 times charges and discharges; when the Kijo battery is charged and discharged 300 times, the discharge performance of the battery can still remain above 60%, and the service life increases by about 15% year-on-year.

Note: There is a reference specification for the number of lead-acid battery cycles, whether 350, 3,500, or even 35,000. The deeper the charge and discharge depth are, the fewer the number of cycles will be. For example, each time 100% discharge can be filled 350 times, each time only using 10% of the electric energy can be filled 3500 times, and each time using only 1% of the electric energy can be filled 35000 times.

High quality and long endurance is always the basic demand of consumers. In winter, the weather gradually turns cool, and the low temperature will bring a new round of tests to the battery life. If you don't want to be dragged down by the reduced battery life level and have a long cycling experience, the Kijo graphene battery is undoubtedly your best choice!

Choose Kijo is to choose rest assured!

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