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Will the battery you installed compromise your business performance?
It’s not just a battery. It’s your time, revenue and customer experience on the line. Here are four ways to minimize downtime and maximize performance and productivity:
#1: Find the right battery for the best performance
The best battery fit depends on the device it's going into and how that device will be used.
- Pay close attention to manufacturer requirements for voltage, amp-hour ratings, battery type and terminal type.
- Purchase a battery from a brand you can trust to meet the specs printed on their label. Saving money up front with an economy battery could cost you in the long run.
#2: Use freshly charged batteries
Installing batteries that are at an optimal level of charge means better performance.
- Work with a battery expert to determine the proper rate of charge for your battery spec and chemistry to avoid damaging the battery.
- Letting a sealed lead-acid battery sit on a shelf and discharge can lead to irreversible damage. Overcharging a battery can also lead to dangerous conditions.
#3: Use a brand that stands for the same quality you do
Purchasing a high quality battery from a trusted supplier helps to reduce risk and keep equipment and systems up and running.
- Quality is the only option when safety and operational efficiency are on the line.
#4: Consider the impact of logistics
Out-of-stock batteries and unreliable shipping could expose you to increased risk and unnecessary downtime.
- Partner with a supplier that keeps the batteries you need in stock and offers quick shipping or local delivery.