Philadelphia
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Toll-free: 800-455-0054 200 Industrial Highway Ridley Park, PA 19078
Phone: 410-242-5200 3620 Commerce Dr. Suite 710 Halethorpe, MD 21227
Pollution Liability Policy
Trained and Certified Technicians
FREE SITE SURVEY

Tag

enersys
All batteries, even rechargeable ones, stop working eventually. When a battery is no longer doing its job, there is only one thing to do: recycle. A closer look at how batteries work, as well as what happens to them when they are recycled, helps us to understand why this step is so crucial. Why Lead-Acid...
Continue Reading
Batteries have been around since the 19th century, when John Daniell invented the wet-cell battery. Daniell would likely be startled by the variety and sophistication of batteries in our day. Rechargeable batteries were one big step forward. The two incarnations therein – flooded and sealed rechargeable batteries – both have their advantages in applications ranging...
Continue Reading
Battery room hazards include; electrical, chemical, fire, respiratory, ergonomic, and sheer weight of the battery jars.  Addressing each of these concerns is critical to battery room safety.  In-house maintenance personnel, AC electricians and fly-by-night battery installers often do not have the training, experience, and correct tools to work with these systems according to published battery...
Continue Reading
[bra_dropcaps style=”dropcap2″]W[/bra_dropcaps]hen battery manufacturer Power Battery became defunct in 2011, it created a large void in the front terminal battery replacement business. Power Battery’s SLF12-205 and SLF12-250 ratings far surpassed any competition at the time. Recently, EnerSys came out with a replacement for the SLF line, the EnerSys version is the 12HX680F-FR. A valve-regulated, lead-acid...
Continue Reading
[bra_blockquote align=”right”] Lead acid batteries are designed to deliver a maximum number of discharge/recharge cycles before reaching end of life at which point the battery must be replaced. [/bra_blockquote][bra_dropcaps style=”dropcap1″]B[/bra_dropcaps]atteries have a limited service life, usually showing a slow decline in capacity until they reach approximately 80 percent of their original rated capacity, which is...
Continue Reading