U.S. Battery will be attending the ISSA North America Show in Dallas, Texas, to showcase a variety of deep-cycle battery products for the cleaning industry. Show attendees can learn the best ways to achieve higher reliability and longer operation times from battery-powered floor cleaning machines and equipment, by visiting the U.S. Battery booth #6155 during the show, which runs from October 30th through November 1st, 2018. The show brings the entire cleaning industry together that includes more than 9,200 distributors, manufacturers, manufacturer representatives, building service contractors, in-house service providers, residential cleaning, and associated service members. U.S. Battery is a global leader in providing deep-cycle batteries for the cleaning industry, as well as providing “green” and sustainable power sources for this and a variety of other industries. For more information, visit www.usbattery.com.
Archive for month: October, 2018
To help the Travel Town Museum’s efforts in restoring and interpretation of historic railroad equipment to youth, U.S. Battery donated four 8-volt deep-cycle batteries for the organization’s restoration of a 1941 ElecrtoMotive diesel engine.
U.S. Battery’s Western Regional Sales Manager Dan Grigsby, presented a certificate for the donation to the museum’s Executive Director Nancy Gneir on October 14th, during the museum’s Depo Day where the public was able to view and tour restored trains and participate in a variety of activities that supported the museum.
The U.S. Battery products will be a part of the ElectroMotive diesel’s restoration which the museum calls “Charley Atkins 1” in honor of the museum’s founder. U.S. Battery has previously donated batteries to the museum which went into the restoration of the 1929 Pullman M.177 Gas-Electric motorcar.
The Travel Town Museum is a non-profit organization that is in partnership with the City Of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation & Parks. Its mission is to educate the public about railroad history as it pertains to the Southwest Region of the United States. More information on the Travel Town Museum can be found on its website at www.traveltown.org. For more information on U.S. Battery and its products, contact U.S. Battery Manufacturing, 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945. Visit www.usbattery.com.
Corporate Vision Magazine selected U.S. Battery Manufacturing as the recipient of its 2018 Corporate Excellence Award: Most Outstanding Manufacturer in Deep Cycle Batteries – USA. Since 1926 U.S. Battery Manufacturing has been providing its global customers with the highest quality, longest lasting batteries available on the market.
Corporate Vision Magazine awards are presented to outstanding companies that reflect exemplary corporate values and initiatives. These awards are decided by votes that are gathered by Corporate Vision Magazine’s network of industry partners, insiders, and corporate specialists, as part of the publication’s efforts to spotlight the most deserving companies and individuals from the business world.
“Within the industry, and specifically our niche markets, we have the most knowledgeable team of experts working with customers every day,” says Michael Wallace, Creative Manager at U.S. Battery Manufacturing. “We don’t just sell batteries, we are there to support our customers wherever they are, and no matter what situations they are dealing with. This is a commitment that runs from the top management team all the way through the company.”
U.S. Battery is committed to producing products that continue to be one of the most cost-effective methods of providing and storing power, as well as being environmentally responsible. “The battery industry has been working aggressively to advance the ‘green’ nature of this chemistry. With a recycling rate of 99-percent, U.S. Battery feels that it now offers the most environmentally conscious method of energy storage available on the market,” says Wallace.
U.S. Battery continues to push the boundaries of battery power and in the process is being recognized as the most respected deep-cycle battery manufacturer in the industry, focused on providing value and maintaining a position as a leader in cost-effective “green” energy storage. For more information on U.S. Battery and its products, contact U.S. Battery Manufacturing, 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945. Visit www.usbattery.com.
When purchasing or replacing batteries, it’s important to remember the type of terminals used on the batteries in order to make the right wiring connections. Deep-cycle batteries often come with UTL style terminals but there are other options that can be specific to your application.
UTL terminals allow wiring to be attached flat onto the top of the terminal and are typically available in short (UTL) and longer (UT) sizes. Large “L” and small “L” terminals are often used in applications where the wiring needs to be attached to the sides of the terminal. Batteries can also be ordered with an SAE terminal, which accommodates wiring that clamps around the terminal, much like car batteries.
Make sure to carefully order any new or replacement battery with the proper terminals. Your local battery distributor will be able to show you a variety of options that are best suited for your particular application. For more information on battery terminals and finding the right battery for your application, visit www.usbattery.com.
An article in Alternate Energy Magazine.com, an article by Megan Ray Nichols points out how renewable energy is continuing to outperform expectations. In Colorado, for example, Nichols showcases the states largest utility company Xcel Energy, planned to double its renewable energy capacity and in 2016 began a plan to shut down two coal plants and add 700 megawatts of solar energy, one gigawatt of wind, and 700 megawatts of natural gas.
To do this, the importance of energy storage was also a major factor in the distribution of energy. According to Xcel Energy, adding storage from batteries helped to mitigate the effects of generating power only in the sunshine or in windy conditions. According to Nichols the plan is still in the works and is moving to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission for approval.