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Introducing Crown’s first ever Energy Storage Sustainability Guide and Progress Report

Posted by Crown Battery on Jan 11, 2022 10:51:30 AM

A Roadmap for Environmentally Conscious Battery Users

AGM vs Flooded Batteries - What You Need to Know

Posted by Crown Battery on Jan 1, 2022 12:05:00 PM

Today, most companies operate their vehicles, workplace equipment or renewable energy systems using rechargeable batteries. The most commonly used is the lead acid battery. This mature technology that's known to be reliable, durable, and can cost effective. However, under the lead acid battery category there are many different types to be aware of. In this article we will talk about the differences between Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) and Flooded batteries.

Five Simple Steps to Boost Forklift Battery Uptime and Profitability

Posted by Crown Battery on Dec 14, 2021 12:28:48 PM

Your entire operations depend on forklifts running smoothly with little or no downtime. These five simple steps will help make sure you get the most out of your forklifts – and maximize your ROI.  

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.