Batteries for industrial equipment are a costly investment, so proper battery maintenance is critical to ensuring the longevity of the products. Proper battery maintenance also includes selecting the right battery charger. Doing a bit of research before purchasing a charger helps ensure the equipment functions at optimum performance and that you can quickly and conveniently recharge the unit for future use. But how do you know what types of battery chargers to use for each battery type? Keep reading to find out!
To obtain a desired voltage or capacity, you may need to connect batteries in a series or parallel configuration. The process might seem confusing at first, but with a little education on the types of connections and how to configure your wiring harness, it’s easier than you think to obtain the power you need while deploying your system with a quality setup and safety in mind. Here's what you need to know about Series and Parallel battery connections:
Just like how you can't go without water, neither can your battery. Watering your lead acid battery is an essential maintenance step that can't be skipped. It keeps your battery safe for use and in optimal condition. Not watering your lead acid battery at the right time can lead to serious damage, but knowing when is the right time to water your battery isn't always easy. Follow these steps on how to water your lead acid battery.
Floor care equipment is an investment. The right equipment, from scrubbers and polishers to floor buffers and even industrial vacuums, can keep floors clean and keep floor coverings like new for years.
Whether replacing a forklift battery or a UPS system, consumers want the best possible performance. One descriptor that may draw the attention of any battery shopper is "high-performance." Of course, anyone would want the highest performance battery possible to suit their budget. But what exactly is a high-performance battery and when is one necessary? Keep reading to find out.