US Battery revamp for modern MEWPs

The new 305N supplies from US Battery

US Battery will show a revamped model at APEX in a narrower casing to meet modern access equipment designs.

The latest Narrow-Case Deep-Cycle Batteries are an updated version of its L16 and 305 deep-cycle batteries with a new, narrow case to fit modern machinery without sacrificing reliability and capacity.

The new L16N delivers a 385 amp-hour capacity at a 20-hour rate, while the 305N supplies 310 amp-hours at a 20-hour rate. Both feature US Battery’s XC2 formulation for peak capacity, longer cycles and extended battery life with proper maintenance.

Visit the US Battery-WETAC inside booth (445) at the APEX 2023, taking place in the Netherlands, 6-8 June, to see the batteries on display.

US Battery distributor in Europe WETAC will also be showcasing the new Essential Li line of Lithium-Ion deep-cycle batteries. The new lineincludes 24-volt and 48-volt GC2 models, which are built to be safety and reliability. 

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