Rolls Surrette Battery
Since 1935, Surrette Battery Company and Rolls Battery Engineering have been producing premium deep cycle batteries for railroad, marine, motive power, and renewable energy markets. Rolls flooded deep cycle battery 4000 Series are rated for a 10-year average life in cyclic applications, and the 5000 Series is rated for up to 15 years. Excellent battery for off-grid or solar backup systems.
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Rolls flooded, deep-cycle batteries feature extended standard warranties and double insulated-enveloped positive plates that eliminate the possibility of separator misalignment, cracked separators, treeing, or shorting at the bottom or sides. Each battery cell has increased liquid reserve levels resulting in fewer watering intervals.
Rolls Batteries for solar energy are available in 4000, 4500 and 5000 and are 2, 4, 6, 8 and 12 volt. The 4000 Series is rated for a 10-year average life in cyclic applications and the 5000 Series is rated for up to 15 years. The 4000 series have rope handles, handles on 5000 series are molded into the outer case. The 5000 series are constructed in a non-breakable modular dual container.
Each 2-volt cell is assembled in its inner polypropylene container within moisture tight, heavy-duty protective outer container eliminating damage during handling or possibility of short circuits due to water or falling metal objects. Series 4000 batteries carry a 24-month free replacement warranty (FOB factory) and include an 84-month adjustment period from the date of installation. Series 5000 batteries carry a 36-month free replacement warranty (FOB factory) and include a 120-month adjustment period from the date of installation (in the USA only).
About Rolls Surrette Battery
Rolls Battery Engineering is the battery brand for Surrette Battery Company Ltd. Surrette Battery was established in 1935. They are North America's leading lead-acid battery producer and Canada's single independent battery manufacturer. Surrette Battery is located in Nova Scotia, Canada.