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  • Trojan Battery Company
    do not allow any cleaning solution or other foreign matter to get inside the battery 3 Rinse with water and dry with a clean cloth 4 Clean battery terminals and the inside of cable clamps using a post and clamp cleaner Clean terminals will have a bright metallic shine 5 Reconnect the clamps to the terminals and thinly coat them with petroleum jelly Vaseline to prevent corrosion 6 Keep the

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/Cleaning.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    heat sources such as radiators or space heaters Temperatures above 80 F accelerate the battery s self discharge characteristics Step by step storage procedure 1 Completely charge the battery before storing 2 Store the battery in a cool dry location protected from the elements 3 During storage monitor the specific gravity flooded or voltage Batteries in storage should be given a boost charge when they show a 70 charge or

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/Storage.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    charger the charge rate should be between 10 and 13 of the battery s 20 hour AH capacity For example a battery with a 20 hour capacity rating of 225 AH will use a charger rated between approximately 23 and 30 amps for multiple battery charging use the AH rating of the entire bank Chargers with lower ratings can be used but the charging time will be increased Trojan recommends

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/ChargerSelection.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    need not be fully discharged before recharging 4 Charge only in well ventilated area Keep sparks or flames away from a charging battery 5 Verify charger voltage settings are correct Table 2 6 Correct the charging voltage to compensate for temperatures above and below 80o F Add 028 volt per cell for every 10o below 80o F and subtract 028 volt per cell for every 10o above 80o F Table 2 Charger Voltage Settings for Flooded Batteries System Voltage Charger Voltage Setting 6V 12V 24V 36V 48V Daily Charge 7 4 14 8 29 6 44 4 59 2 Float 6 6 13 2 26 4 39 6 52 8 Equalize 7 8 15 5 31 0 46 5 62 0 Table 3 Charger Voltage Settings for VRLA Batteries Charger Voltage Setting System Voltage 12V 24V 36V 48V Daily Charge 13 8 14 4 27 6 28 2 41 4 42 3 55 2 56 4 Float 13 5 26 4 39 6 52 8 7 Check water level see the Watering section 8 Tighten all vent caps before charging 9 Prevent overcharging the batteries Overcharging causes excessive gassing water breakdown heat buildup and battery aging 10 Prevent undercharging the

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/Charging.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    or twice per year However Trojan only recommends equalizing when low or wide ranging specific gravity 015 are detected after fully charging a battery Step by Step Equalizing 1 Verify the battery s are flooded type 2 Remove all loads from the batteries 3 Connect battery charger 4 Set charger for the equalizing voltage See Table 2 in the Charging section 5 Start charging batteries 6 Batteries will begin gassing

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/Equalizing.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    charge range A periodic equalization charge is a must when using this practice 6 Do not leave batteries deeply discharged for any length of time 7 lead acid batteries do not develop a memory and need not be fully discharged before recharging 8 Batteries should be charged after each period of use 9 Batteries that charge up but cannot support a load are most likely bad and should be tested

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/Discharging.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    A below For fully charged Plus Series batteries add water to the maximum water level indicator see diagram B below If the batteries are discharged only add water if the plates are exposed Add just enough water to cover the plates then charge the batteries Once fully charged add water to the proper level indicated above After watering secure vent caps back on batteries Diagram A Diagram B Add water

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/BatteryMaintenance/WateringDiagram.aspx (2016-02-09)
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  • Trojan Battery Company
    equipment and their related components each product was then judged by a select panel of lift and access experts from national and independent organizations as well as the magazine staff Trojan s Plus Series deep cycle batteries captured the Best Overall award with its innovative features designed to address the needs of aerial work platform users and owners In order to deliver batteries that are durable reliable and easy to maintain Trojan was first to market with three unique benefits 1 Trojan s patent pending SureVent flip top vent caps for easier and faster watering and prevention of misplaced vent caps 2 Trojan s built in maximum electrolyte level indicator for precise watering that ultimately results in better performance and longer life and 3 Trojan s embedded terminals for exceptional durability Trojan has been a supplier of the highest quality batteries for the aerial industry so far commented Lance Sullivan the Fleet Product and Service Manager for Sunstate Equipment Company and one of this year s LLEAP judges This new series of batteries sets them even more apart from their competitors As the world s deep cycle technology and market leader this award recognizes Trojan s commitment to constantly improving our customer s product experience said Dave Godber Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Trojan Battery We will continue to listen to our customers and introduce value added innovative features in our products The Plus Series batteries are available through Trojan s Master Distributor Network in the following sizes T 105 Plus T 125 Plus T 145 Plus T 1275 Plus and J150 Plus Trojan s proprietary Maxguard Advanced Design Separator and exclusive Alpha Plus paste formulation are still included Together these patented technologies help extend the life of the battery sustain performance and lower water consumption and

    Original URL path: http://www.trojanbattery.com/Press/LLEAP_Awards.aspx (2016-02-09)
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