Winter snow, ice, and wind = downed power lines. Here’s how to select, prep, and maintain emergency batteries — and keep the lights on when the power goes off:
Choosing the right battery can prevent costly equipment downtime, delays, and contract penalties. This article simplifies evaluating battery options – to ensure your operations are smooth and sustainable.
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What “bargain” battery manufacturers don’t tell you could cost you thousands in early failure and a fortune in downtime and reputational damage. Unless you know what to look for: When battery companies engineer and manufacture batteries’ internal components to last, you get a longer life and better ROI. But most battery cases look the same.
The winter isn’t just harsh on us – it can wreak havoc on our battery systems, too. That’s because winter weather reduces battery capacity and can even drastically shorten lifespan. Fortunately, you can optimize battery performance, capacity, and lifespan year-round with just a few strategies.
Cold weather kills batteries – and slashes storage capacity.
When your batteries are in an isolated location, reliable power and near-zero maintenance are a necessity, not a luxury.