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15 Battery Tips Everyone Should Know!

These tips will be of use to you IF: You want to make sure your batteries last longer Get the best value for your money Know how to use and dispose of batteries safely Learn some new things you can do with your batteries.   DO NOT recharge non-rechargeable batteries since the result will be […]

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Powersport Battery Cross Reference Table

Replacement Motorcycle Batteries In this Motorcycle Battery Cross Reference Table you will find the most common part numbers of Brands like Yuasa, Deka and Everstart and how they compare to our original batteries – Sigmastek. In addition, the table lists clearly shows the part numbers crossed referenced to our SigmasTek brand and all the models […]

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Pros and Cons of Purchasing on marketplaces

Pros and Cons of Purchasing on Marketplaces

Where to buy from – Website direct or through a Marketplace?   To clarify, a marketplace is an e-commerce website, e.g Amazon, where single or multiple sellers can provide services/products information, but the transactions are still processed by the marketplace – not the seller. A place such as Amazon is an e-commerce site that provides […]

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Battery Terms Glossary and Common Definitions

Battery Terms Glossary

Battery Sharks offers a glossary to frequently used battery terms terminology. In this article you will find the battery terms and definitions associated with purchasing a battery. AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat) A type of non-woven separator material composed mostly consists of glass microfibers absorbing and retaining the electrolyte. Therefore, leaving no free electrolyte in the cell to spill. Amp […]

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How to Maintain a Golf Cart Battery – Maintenance Tips

Most golf carts use 4 – 8 batteries. Usually,  they are stored under the front seat. Every battery must be refilled with water and thoroughly cleaned once in a while. Create a timetable so you make sure to examine and deal with your batteries every month. Performing regular maintenance and you won’t ever need to […]

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5 Reasons to Recycle Your Batteries

Batteries are part of our daily routines and we don’t even realize how much we are used with getting unlimited power supplies. However, when not recycled or disposed correctly they become extremely dangerous for the environment and us. The hazardous materials they contain (like acid, mercury, and cadmium) can get into the water, land and […]

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LiPo Batteries for RC Devices

LiPo Batteries for RC Devices Radio-controlled models or also known as RC models are radio-controlled devices. They have different shapes and sizes, the most common being in the form of cars, boats, planes, helicopters, quadcopters, drones, robots and train locomotives. RC model applications is a hobby for people of all ages and nowadays they are […]

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Electric Bicycle Batteries

Electric Bicycle Batteries One of the most important components of electric bikes is their batteries. The exact battery is strictly specific for each bicycle  due to their chemistry, capacity, shape, and size. Electric Bicycle Battery Types: Lead Acid: These are mainly used in the older generation e-bikes. They have a relatively short life cycle (up […]

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How To Charge Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries

How To Charge Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries     Li-ion batteries are the most popular batteries when it comes to home appliances. That is due to the fact, that they have higher nominal voltage and can be designed in small sizes. Therefore, they have higher energy density and higher capacities. In addition, lithium-ion batteries can be […]

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MYTHS-AND-FACTS

Myths and Facts About Batteries

Myths and Facts About Batteries   Maintenance free batteries never require maintenance. It is important to remember that during the warmer months of the year, the water in the electrolyte is lost and can also be lost due to excessive charging voltage or charging currents. For cars running permanently in hotter climates, non-sealed batteries are […]

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