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Golf Car News Features U.S. Battery Products In The March/April 2017 Issue

The March/April 2017 issue of Golf Car News is the publication’s annual battery guide, which features U.S. Battery’s new Endurance Plus™ line on the cover. The Endurance Plus battery line includes six, eight and 12-volt batteries that offer improved performance and higher overall efficiency at a better value. The Golf Car News battery guide features a…

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U.S. Battery Manufacturing Earns Hyster-Yale Group’s Preferred Supplier Status

After a comprehensive review by Hyster-Yale Group’s Supplier Quality Engineering team (SQE), U.S. Battery Manufacturing achieved Preferred Supplier Status, the highest rating any supplier to the company can achieve. Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc., designs, manufactures and sells handling equipment that is used in more than 700 industries globally. U.S. Battery Manufacturing is a supplier of…

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How To Take Cold Temperature Hydrometer Readings For Optimum Battery Performance

Don’t be alarmed if your golf car fleet operates differently as the winter season sets in. Charge and discharge performance of lead-acid batteries is temperature sensitive, so colder weather can result in lower runtimes. Colder weather can also prevent batteries from getting a full charge, so it’s important to take periodic specific gravity readings. When…

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US 100 DIN 6-Volt Battery Offers Greater Performance And Longer Operating Time

U.S. Battery Manufacturing continues to optimize its product line with the introduction of its new US 100DIN XC2, six-volt battery. This DIN GC2 group size battery measures 9-5/8” (244mm)L x 7-1/2” (191mm)W x 10-7/8” (276mm)H and has been designed to fit a wide range of equipment applications specifically found within the European market. With a…

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U.S. Battery Products Continue Working After Nearly Ten Years Of Continuous Use

With an estimated 3,000 cycles from two U.S. Battery products, one Illinois homeowner continues to use two nine-year-old 12-volt deep-cycle batteries to power a sump pump on his property. Ray Montonera’s lakeside home in Lake Zurich, Illinois is subject to flooding from rising groundwater levels. So it’s important that the sump pump in his basement…

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