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Prolonging Motive Power Battery Life

Posted by Crown Battery on Aug 30, 2021 8:35:16 AM

A Key to Longer Life is Routine Maintenance ‒ That Goes for Batteries, Too. In some ways, motive power batteries are a lot like people. Just as sticking to a healthy diet and regular exercise regimen can increase your chances of living longer, following a routine maintenance schedule as prescribed by its manufacturer can prolong the life of your motive power battery.

Battery Charging 101: Different Charging Types for Different Circumstances

Posted by Crown Battery on Aug 4, 2021 9:00:00 AM

Proper charging is the most important part of routine battery maintenance, period. Since today’s voltage-controlled chargers have automated the charging process and assuming the battery is well maintained, all that is necessary for routine charging is knowledge that the charger is functioning properly. This is accomplished by periodic inspection and adjustment by a qualified charger repair technician.

How to Protect Your Supply Chain and Mitigate Interruptions

Posted by Crown Battery on Jul 28, 2021 1:30:00 PM

Your business’s financial success depends on reliable deliveries. And during this global supply chain shortage, that’s harder than ever. As the New York Times reported in a March 6, 2021 article: “All the links in the supply chain are stretched. The ships, the trucks, the warehouses.” (‘I’ve Never Seen Anything Like This’: Chaos Strikes Global Shipping) It’s the perfect storm: Cratering demand in 2020 led to widespread production shutdowns -- and worldwide undersupply of raw materials and finished goods. Commercial driving schools shut down in 2020, worsening the truck driver shortage. Add global shortages of trucks and ships, and it’s clear that we’re in for delays -- especially as demand ramps up. Today, you’ll learn how to protect your supply chain – including 3 weak links and seven questions you must ask your suppliers to make sure you’re covered.