Where are surrette batteries made?
Springhill, Nova Scotia
Surrette Battery Company Ltd. Quickly developed into becoming the leader of deep-cycle batteries within North America. They are Canada’s last remaining independent battery manufacturer. Since 1939 all their batteries have been manufactured in Springhill, Nova Scotia., and distributed worldwide.
Should I equalize gel batteries?
Gel batteries do not require equalizing. WARNING: Do not equalize deep-cycle gel batteries. Permanent damage to the battery will occur. Fully charge batteries before placing in storage.
Who manufactures batteries in the United States?
Table 1: US Battery Suppliers
|Mouser Electronics||NiCd, NiMH, Lead Acid, Lithium, Alkaline|
|Power-Sonic Corporation||Lead Acid, Li-Iron Phosphate, NiCd, NiMH|
|Scott’s Emergency Lighting & Power Generation, Inc.||Lead Acid, NiCd, Pure Lead, Gel Cell|
|bisco industries||Lithium, Li-ion, Lead Acid|
Can you add distilled water to a gel battery?
The gel batteries are virtually maintenance free as they uses one-way open valves that allow the internal gasses to recombine into water, hence removing any need to check to top up distilled water or monitor water level. Gel batteries are extremely robust and versatile.
What amp should I charge my gel battery?
Exceeding this voltage in a Gel battery can cause bubbles in the electrolyte gel, and permanent damage. Most battery manufacturers recommend sizing the charger at about 25% of the battery capacity (ah = amp hour capacity). Thus, a 100 ah battery would take about a 25 amp charger (or less).
Who owns Interstate battery?
Interstate Battery System of America, Inc., a.k.a. Interstate Batteries, is a US privately owned battery marketing and distribution company. It markets automotive batteries manufactured by Brookfield Business Partners, Exide Technologies, and others through independent distributors.
Where are Surrette batteries made?
Established in 1935, with a production facility in Salem, Massachusetts, Surrette relocated to Canada in 1959 and is the Nation’s only remaining independent battery manufacturer.
Why choose Surrette batteries?
With complete distribution throughout North America, and customers around the World, Surrette batteries are considered the best and toughest for the specific markets they serve.
Where are they batteries made?
They are Canada’s last remaining independent battery manufacturer. Since 1939 all their batteries have been manufactured in Springhill, Nova Scotia., and distributed worldwide.