Interstate Batteries Announces Enhanced Flooded Deep-Cycle Marine and RV Batteries
As families and adventure-seekers prepare for upcoming travel, Interstate Batteries® is excited to announce its next venture in the battery market, providing the best power source for your next vacation. Interstate’s new enhanced flooded battery (EFB) marine/RV batteries will last the duration of spring and summer fun.
After thorough market research and product testing, Interstate saw an opportunity to create a more powerful and cost-efficient product within the battery market. With recreational vehicle batteries at high demand and the ever-increasing electrification of auto and boats, Interstate sought to offer a strong power solution at a better price point than competitors with the new EFB products.
To ensure you don’t lose power while on your next trip or weekend getaway, the 24M-EFB and 27M-EFB batteries have been thoroughly tested and provide the following benefits to boat and RV owners:
- Durability: More durable during traditional battery life and includes reinforced positive strip with added corrosion resistance to help extend battery life
- Maintenance-Free: True maintenance-free battery (non-accessible caps) with minimal water loss during battery life
- Longer Life Cycle: Plates inside battery are designed for longer life cycles (two times more cycle life than traditional flooded deep-cycle marine batteries); enhanced partial state of charge cycle life and improved charge acceptance
- Warranty: Two-year free replacement
“Ultimately, with the ever-increasing electrification in the boating and RV industry, deep cycle batteries need to be able to do more,” said Scott Miller, President and CEO of Interstate Batteries. “Our EFB product packs a punch for a great price, offers a longer battery lifespan and gives our customers a more reliable and cost-efficient option.”
Both batteries are available to order through your local Interstate Batteries dealer as well available at participating Interstate All Battery Center® locations. So, before you hit the road or head out on the water, make sure your battery is ready to power your day.