019 Stop Start EFB Car Battery Rombat 95Ah
019 Rombat EFB stop start car battery is a high performing battery for vehicles featuring advanced Start & Stop technology.
The benefit of the Rombat EFB lead-acid batteries include:
– Starts your engine up to 270,000 times.
– Totally maintenance-free therefore giving you peace of mind.
– At least five times more cycle life when compared to a standard lead-acid battery, resulting in longer battery life.
– Recommended for vehicles which make lots of shorter journeys for example, Taxis or delivery vehicles.
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The EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery) is a convention lead-acid battery that can be manufactured to an extremely high standard using existing equipment for the conventional batteries, but they have an extended life-span which allows them to perform properly for the Start-Stop functionality.
Reason for Battery failures
Driving habits rather than battery defect are often the cause of battery failure.
In Japan, battery failure is the largest complaint among new car owners. The average car is only driven 13 km (8 miles) per day and mostly in a congested city. As a result, the batteries will never get fully charged and sulfation occurs. The batteries in Japanese cars are small and only provide enough power to crank the engine and perform some rudimentary functions. North America may be shielded from these battery problems, in part because of long distance driving.
Good battery performance is important because problems during the warranty period tarnish customer satisfaction. Any service requirement during that time is recorded and the number is published in trade magazines. This data is of great interest among prospective car buyers throughout the world.
Battery malfunction is seldom caused by a factory defect; driving habits are the more common culprits. Heavy accessory power when driving short distance prevents a periodic fully saturated charge that is so important for the longevity of a lead acid battery. According to a leading European manufacturer of car batteries, factory defects amounts to less than 7 percent.