Kohler’s New Battery Line

Kohler has announced a lineup of high-performance batteries specifically designed for use in residential, commercial and industrial power generators. The new Kohler Genuine Batteries are engineered for generator applications, helping end users to minimize the unplanned maintenance costs associated with battery underperformance and frequent replacement.

The new Kohler Genuine Batteries are available in three performance levels – standard-duty, optimum-duty and heavy-duty. The standard-duty batteries are applicable for mobile generators and other smaller-sized units, the optimum-duty batteries are for critical-starting applications, and the heavy-duty batteries are designed for extreme temperatures, high vibration and frequent-use applications. All three performance levels encompass batteries within the most widely utilized BCI groups.

“Batteries are an integral part of a generator system. Having a strong, reliable battery is one of the most critical components to ensure your generator is able to start and provide power in an emergency,” said Vito Minneci, vice president of Global Parts and Service for Kohler Power Systems. “Kohler Genuine Batteries feature modern, inline solid-cast construction with precision automated welds to ensure best-available performance and reliability and deliver unmatched longevity and durability.”

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