Crown News

Because the Sleigh Might Not Be Big Enough for 2020

Posted by Crown Battery on Dec 1, 2020 8:05:07 AM

Despite the pandemic, financial analysts are forecasting consumer spending of more than $1 trillion during the upcoming holiday season. In fact, due in part to the Coronavirus-related precautions, some experts are predicting online sales to increase by over 35 percent. Taking these predictions and other rebounding commercial activities into account, combined with the significant rise in home food delivery and traditional holiday brick-and-mortar retail sales ready to officially kick off on Black Friday, the supply chain could be pushed to the limit in the coming days. Good thing Crown is on the case.  

How to Recycle Lead-acid vs Lithium-ion Batteries

Posted by Crown Battery on Feb 21, 2019 4:40:36 PM

Battery recycling, it’s one of the best ways to protect the environment, conserve resources, and reduce our carbon footprint. But which battery technology is 99% recyclable — and which batteries are landfillable? Keep reading to find out!

Off-Grid Living—Why I Declined Free Lithium Batteries

Posted by Crown Battery on Feb 8, 2019 4:25:26 PM

Pippi Peterson lives in off-grid in her solar-powered RV, year-round. Because of the popularity of her YouTube channel about RV living, Pippi was offered free lithium batteries – to which she refused. If you are considering any form of off-grid living, keep reading to find out why lithium batteries weren't a good fit for Pippi.

Battery Watering Made Simple

Posted by Crown Battery on Nov 8, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Flooded lead acid batteries are designed for long life and high performance – as long as users follow a  watering plan. Battery watering doesn't have to be complicated! In fact, it can actually be a simple process if you follow these basic battery watering rules. 

The Differences Between AGM and Flooded Batteries

Posted by Crown Battery on Oct 11, 2017 6:49:00 PM

Rechargeable batteries are manufactured with different technologies. And the most reliable technology for rechargeable batteries is lead acid batteries. With the two most popular forms of lead batteries being Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) and Flooded or Wet Batteries, what exactly are key differences and how do you know which one is right for you? Here’s what you need to know about each type as you evaluate your battery needs: