U.S. Battery’s New Trade Show Display Adds A Larger Presence For The Company And It’s Dealers

U.S. Battery Manufacturing has a new trade show display that is designed to grab the attention of industry show attendees while providing a relaxing space to welcome customers and dealers. “Our new display has a modern design with many features our customers and dealers will love,” says Don Wallace, U.S. Battery CMO/Executive VP. “It not only showcases our products better, it also allows our dealers and sales team to conduct business in a professional, yet relaxing environment within the hectic pace of the many trade shows we attend each year.”

Built by K2 Fabrication and Design in Corona, CA, the U.S. Battery display was a custom project that is highlighted with a 16 foot tower that features two large video monitors on both sides that help provide a greater presence. A patio shaped canopy features large graphics and two display counters that are large enough to showcase a variety of U.S. Battery products. Inside the new display is a seating area with tables to conduct meetings, as well as a greeting area for guests.

The U.S. Battery trade show display made its debut at the 2015 Solar Power International Show in Anaheim, California and will be used at a variety of other industry shows across the country this year. For more information on this or any of U.S. Battery’s products, contact U.S. Battery Manufacturing, 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945. Visit www.usbattery.com.

 

New seating area with tables for meetings.

New seating area with tables for meetings.

 

Large side panels showcase products and applications.

Large side panels showcase products and applications.

 

Greeting area with battery display and LCD video screen.

Greeting area with battery display and LCD video screen.

Lead Batteries The Most Recycled Product In The U.S.A. According To The EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency compared recycling rates for a multitude of materials and found that lead-acid batteries had the highest recycling rate of all consumer products. The facts were published in a June 2015 EPA report titled Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: 2013 Fact Sheet. The report assessed the disposal and recycling trends in the USA. In a 2013 study within the report, the EPA found that the rate of lead-acid battery recovery was about 99 percent (2.85 million tons), the highest recycling rate over other products such as newspapers, yard trimmings, aluminum cans, tires, consumer electronics, glass, PET bottles and more.

“The recycling infrastructure for lead-acid batteries is a closed loop (cradle to cradle) system,” says Fred Wehmeyer, Senior Vice President of Engineering at U.S. Battery Manufacturing. “As an example, new flooded lead-acid batteries are manufactured from recycled raw materials and the safe delivery methods used to ship batteries worldwide are also the same methods used to return spent lead-acid batteries to be recycled. Throughout the years the process has become extremely refined and efficient, making it one of the most successful environmental reclamation systems in existence.”

According to the Battery Council International, a variety of processes go into recycling lead-acid batteries in which recycling facilities are controlled under some of the strictest U.S. EPA regulations. Innovative systems have been developed to capture all of the components of lead-acid batteries for recycling. For example, lead from spent batteries is smelted and refined to be reused to build new lead-acid batteries. The sulfuric acid electrolyte is also captured and neutralized during the recycling process and then processed into fertilizer.

With a high recycling rate and low operating cost, the FLA battery remains the best solution for most electrically powered vehicles such as golf cars, floor maintenance machines, access lifts, and other battery operated vehicles. It is also the most efficient technology for storing energy and has the longest track record for safety and reliability. So when you combine this with the highest recycling rates on the planet, it stands to reason that this 150-year-old technology has definitely evolved into an energy source that’s hard to beat.
For more information on flooded lead-acid batteries and battery recycling, contact U.S. Battery Manufacturing, 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945. Visit https://www.usbattery.com.

Visit U.S. Battery at Solar Power International 2015 (Booth #2748)


Corona, CA – 
Visit U.S. Battery Manufacturing’s all new booth, #2748, during the 2015 Solar Power International show September 15-17 in Anaheim, California. And, discover how the company’s RE-Series batteries provide optimum performance in renewable energy applications.

With the increasing number of off-grid and partial-grid applications requiring reliable power storage, it’s important to know how U.S. Battery RE Series deep cycle batteries provide more watt-hours per liter and watt-hours per kilogram than comparable flooded lead-acid batteries currently on the market. Attendees can also get the facts on how RE-Series batteries reduce mossing and sulfation conditions, and learn how to properly set-up and configure battery packs to extend service life, improve capacity and provide reliable performance.

For additional information and a video describing the features and design of RE-Series batteries, visit the company’s website at www.usbattery.com.  Contact them at U.S. Battery Manufacturing, 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945.