The Summer season is here, and if you're a boater, you know how important it is to have the right marine battery for your boat. But, with the different types of marine batteries that are on the market, how do you know which one is right? Choosing the right marine batteries is more than a matter of going with a reliable brand that your customers can trust. Even the best battery is only as good as its application and maintenance. This starts, of course, with knowing the differences between the two most common types of marine batteries: cranking batteries and deep cycle marine batteries.
A Sulfated battery has a buildup of lead sulfate crystals and is the number one cause of early battery failure in lead-acid batteries. The damaged caused by battery sulfation is easily preventable and in some cases, can be reversible. Keep reading to learn more about battery sulfation and how to avoid it.
As the weather heats up, you need your summer toys and equipment to push through high temperatures without worrying about the reliability of your lead batteries.
Buying a deep cycle battery for your equipment is an investment. And just like any product you buy for your business, you want to protect your investment. To get the maximum life out of your battery, regular maintenance is a most! You need to be proactive so you can detect battery problems early resolve them quickly, easily, and cheaply. In this article we will go over how to trouble shoot your deep cycle battery.
A family-owned business started in 1926, Crown has been making batteries in Fremont, Ohio for more than 90 years. Recently, we were recognized by ABC 13 for our growth, expanding workforce, and future endeavors. If you missed it, you can read the full article right here.
Every year, Earth Day brings attention to things we all can do to make sure we leave a healthy planet for future generations. But, what are you doing the rest of the year? There are simple steps you can take to make a difference. Like your lead batteries, for example.