Trojan Battery Revamps Website

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Monday, January 20, 2014
Image courtesy Trojan Battery Co.

Trojan Battery Co., a manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, has launched its newly revised corporate website designed to be a source of information for Trojan’s global customers, distributors, dealers and system integrators. The site, trojanbattery.com, features detailed information on battery technologies, maintenance practices, as well as the design of energy storage systems.

The revamped Trojan Battery website offers detailed technical data on Trojan’s energy storage battery solutions for a wide range of applications, which are now identified on the website by new market icons. Designed for superior performance, rugged durability and long life, Trojan deep-cycle flooded, AGM and gel products are engineered to power a variety of equipment used in golf, renewable energy, aerial work platform, material handling, floor cleaning, transportation and recreation industries. Visitors also will learn about how customers are taking advantage of Trojan deep-cycle batteries to successfully power their applications in these market segments.

The website also features the latest news announcements from Trojan regarding new products, technologies and alliances, as well as educational and corporate videos which provide in-depth information focusing on a variety of battery topics. Trojan is committed to expanding the public’s awareness and understanding of deep-cycle battery technology, and keeping it apprised of important battery-related subjects that can positively impact their use of Trojan products.
 

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