Energizer

Energizer® automotive batteries are powered by Johnson Controls Power Solutions, the global leader in lead-acid and advanced batteries for conventional, start-stop, hybrid and electric vehicles, and the first company to produce lithium-ion batteries for mass-production hybrid vehicles.

AGM (Absorbant Glass Mat)

In an AGM battery the electrolyte is held firmly inside the absorbent glass mat (AGM) which ensures even acid distribution and prevents stratification. AGM batteries are maintenance-free with no need to refill liquids such as acid or water. They are vibration resistant, spill-proof and can be mounted in any position. An AGM recharges quickly and is significantly more resistant to deep discharge than standard flooded batteries. AGM batteries are more cycle resistant than lead-acid batteries.

EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery)

“EFB” stands for “enhanced flooded battery”. It is a performance-enhanced version of the conventional lead-acid battery. The additional scrim, which is applied to the positive electrode, helps to stabilize the active material of the plates, extending the service life of the battery while also improving thermal resilience. An EFB battery has a 2 times higher number of possible charge cycles and offers improved resistance to deep discharge.

Advantages

AGM (Absorbant Glass Mat)

  • Extended cycle life
  • High vibration resistance
  • Spill-proof and maintenance-free
  • Up to 3x the cycle life of standard batteries
  • Can withstand challenging climates and demanding conditions

EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery)

  • High cyclic stability
  • Vibration resistancy
  • Thermal stability
  • Longer service life
  • Maintenance-free

Dealers

AGM (Absorbant Glass Mat)

In an AGM battery the electrolyte is held firmly inside the absorbent glass mat (AGM) which ensures even acid distribution and prevents stratification. AGM batteries are maintenance-free with no need to refill liquids such as acid or water. They are vibration resistant, spill-proof and can be mounted in any position. An AGM recharges quickly and is significantly more resistant to deep discharge than standard flooded batteries. AGM batteries are more cycle resistant than lead-acid batteries.


EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery)

“EFB” stands for “enhanced flooded battery”. It is a performance-enhanced version of the conventional lead-acid battery. The additional scrim, which is applied to the positive electrode, helps to stabilize the active material of the plates, extending the service life of the battery while also improving thermal resilience. An EFB battery has a 2 times higher number of possible charge cycles and offers improved resistance to deep discharge.

Advantages

AGM (Absorbant Glass Mat)

  • Extended cycle life
  • High vibration resistance
  • Spill-proof and maintenance-free
  • Up to 3x the cycle life of standard batteries
  • Can withstand challenging climates and demanding conditions

EFB (Enhanced Flooded Battery)

  • High cyclic stability
  • Vibration resistancy
  • Thermal stability
  • Longer service life
  • Maintenance-free

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