Unlike lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries can be charged opportunistically. Partially charging lithium-ion batteries does not damage them and is more convenient because equipment operators can charge the batteries as needed during breaks or shift downtime. Also, this does not affect its average lifespan of 2,000 cycles. Lithium-ion batteries feature a state-of-the-art battery management system that tracks battery temperature while charging to ensure they remain within a safe temperature range. Unlike lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries do not require separate charging and cooling areas due to the aforementioned risks.

    Because of the way lithium-ion batteries are designed, they don't require watering. Lithium-ion batteries are hermetically sealed, which means the power-generating chemicals stay inside. Likewise, lithium-ion batteries don't require watering because of the way they are designed. The lithium-ion battery is sealed, so crews don't have to monitor water levels or worry about leaks of highly toxic sulfuric acid.

   A built-in controller prevents overcharging to prevent the formation of dendrites that can cause significant damage to Li-ion batteries.

   One of the biggest advantages of lithium-ion batteries is that they do not require separate storage areas for charging and cooling,  which means businesses can use valuable floor space for more efficient purposes.

   Lithium-ion batteries can also be safely discharged to 20% capacity, allowing equipment operators to use the battery for longer before it gets too deeply discharged.