East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc., Lyons, Pennsylvania, United States, announced today the Deka HRC battery, the newest addition to the company’s highly regarded line of advanced AGM technology using Compu-Press™, an exclusive process used to compress the lead into a grid built for corrosion resistance and long-life, ensuring the user doesn’t compromise on high rate power or performance.
Pairing this process with advanced AGM technology and components such as Epoxy-sealed posts, top access terminals, and flame arrested self-sealing valves gives the Deka HRC the safety, dependability, and performance users have come to expect from all of the company’s Deka branded High Rate products. With its attractive pricing levels, this highly dependable line of product also helps maximize budgets that will allow for more strategic new builds or necessary replacements. As with all Deka High Rate products, these batteries are also designed within a lead based technology that not only has proven reliability but is the most highly recycled consumer products in the world.
The Deka HRC battery joins the family of proven Deka products, including the revolutionary Deka Fahrenheit and Deka High Rate batteries, the company says. These multiple levels of products differentiated by unique design features and manufacturing processes, give a variety of scalable solutions for each Data Center’s unique needs. East Penn Reserve Power experts are here to take customers step-by-step in finding the perfect product that ensures complete confidence and unrelenting performance for your critical power needs.
About East Penn Manufacturing
East Penn is a privately-owned company operating the largest single-site battery manufacturing facility in the world. As a leading global battery provider, the company makes high quality lead batteries and accessories, as well as offers other energy storage and system integration solutions, for the automotive, commercial, marine, motive power, UPS, and telecommunication markets. The company’s quality and environmental systems for its entire 520-acre complex have been certified to ISO 9001:2008, IATF 16949:2016, and ISO 14001:2015 requirements.