What type of battery is a Fullriver?

What type of battery is a Fullriver?

AGM battery
Fullriver HC batteries are specifically designed for long life, high pulse cranking and zero maintenance. The HC range is a high quality, valve regulated, AGM battery. There’s no corrosion risk and with a very low self-discharge rate, the HC battery will fire up more often between runs.

How long do Fullriver AGM batteries last?

a 10-year
This largely depends on where and how you live and some good luck with your genetics. How long does an AGM battery last? While Fullriver batteries have a 10-year design life, this must be put into context with several factors.

How long do Fullriver batteries last?

Fullriver projects their batteries to last 1250 cycles at 50% Depth of Discharge (DoD), while the Crown CR430 is good for 1200 cycles at 50% DoD. (A cycle refers to the battery being drained and then recharged again—essentially, one day of use.)

How do you charge a Fullriver battery?

Set the charger to the initial current I until maximum voltage U is reached. Set the charger to the maximum voltage U until the current tapers to I. Set the charger to the float voltage U indefinitely but for a minimum of 8 hours. This stage is ideal to maintain battery state of charge.

What is the warranty on a Fullriver battery?

The Fullriver 5 year warranty covers any battery 85 ampere hour capacity or higher, six and 12 volt models. The warranty covers batteries that become unusable and unserviceable due to defects in material and/or workmanship. This warranty applies to the original purchaser of the battery, is non-transferable.

Where are full throttle batteries made?

Headquartered in Southern California, our engineers in the USA, Europe, and China have developed the highest quality VRLA technology on the market today. Unlike many battery producers, we control the entire manufacturing process.

Are Full Throttle batteries any good?

From professional racing to serious vehicle enthusiasts, Full Throttle is the battery of choice. Tough, reliable, and built to last….Automotive & Powersports Batteries.

Model FT825-78
Group Size 34 / 78
Voltage 12-Volt
CCA 825
PHCA 1500

What does ft stand for on a battery?

The Full Throttle Series batteries were designed from the ground up to handle the increasing demands of today’s vehicles.

Why do AGM batteries need a special charger?

AGM batteries do require a “special charger” in that the charger must not charge in excess of 15.3 volts. Many less expensive chargers can and will over charge a battery delivering in excess of 17 volts. AGM batteries use a self closing valve to deal with expansion.