Electric cleaner gets cobalt-based electron configuration
Electric cleaner GE’s Cobalt Electric Clutch combines a Cobalt 3D-electron configuration for a better power-saving efficiency and a cleaner exhaust system, according to GE.
GE announced the battery-powered electric cleaner in March at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona.
The electric cleaner’s cobalt alloy battery pack weighs more than 100 pounds, according the company.
“Our goal is to deliver the best possible electric cleaner to our customers, while maintaining our high standards for performance and reliability,” the company said in a statement.
The Cobalt Electron Configuration (CEC) battery offers a total of four performance modes, which can be customized to suit the customer’s needs.
The company says the Cobalt CEC battery is a true power-saver that provides up to 100% electric efficiency.
“The Cobalt battery is the ultimate combination of performance, efficiency and battery safety,” GE CEO Greg McKeon said in the company’s statement.
GE has been rolling out electric cleaner battery packs to customers, according a company spokesman.
The new battery, which will be available in 2019, is the latest battery in GE’s battery portfolio, according an electric cleaner manufacturer.
“There’s been an explosion of new batteries in the last year, and we are now offering an all-new battery to our Cobalt customers to make sure they are the first to get a new battery,” said Michael Hausman, a Cobalfloud battery supplier based in New York.
“We’ve seen a lot of new battery makers coming into the marketplace, and it’s great to see some of them making a splash with their latest product.”
The Cobaldel battery packs will be priced at $1,200 per month, or $1.5 million for an electric electric cleaner with an installed capacity of 1,500 volts.
In its announcement, GE said the battery pack is the only battery it plans to offer in 2018.
“It’s the only Cobalt electric cleaner that we will be making available in 2018, as we continue to deliver on our commitment to improve our electric cleaner portfolio,” McKeons statement said.
The battery pack will be sold as a separate product, but GE says it will be integrated into the Cobalde electric cleaner, according Hausmans statement.
Cobaldeleck.com, a marketplace for cobalt battery components, said it was offering the battery in a bundle of seven different battery packs for $2,100, or about $1 million for a Cobaldal electric cleaner.
A battery with four performance mode options will cost $1 in 2018 and $1 per year thereafter, and a Cobal battery with three performance modes will cost just $1 more.
“This is a great way to get the best performance for the price,” said Mark Zagunis, Cobaldleks CEO.
“I’m not sure why they’re calling this battery an electric hybrid when it’s actually a Coballium battery, but it’s an electric battery with cobalt technology and it will save you money and have a longer lifespan.”
Hausmann said he hopes Cobaldeb.com can sell a similar product, adding that the company will also be offering Cobaldelectron in 2018 to customers.
“These are the kinds of battery options you can expect to see from Cobaldech,” Haus said.
“They have a ton of good reviews.”
A Cobaldloud spokesperson said the company has received a “massive amount of inquiries” from customers, and the company is working to get more people familiar with the Cobal electric cleaning product.
“If you buy an electric cleaning, it’s going to save you time and money,” the Cobaldi spokesperson said.