E-mail to us

EXOR Heavy Duty Car Battery

EXOR heavy duty auto battery series adopts world-class advanced fully automatic production line, realizing high stability and consistency and longer use life. The combination of grid production technology, high tensile strength construction design, TTP welding, and AGM technology has improved the battery's service life, charge-discharge capacity, and safety. The heavy duty car battery meets the standard of UL, CE, TLC, IEC, RoHS and seismic resistance 8 levels and 9 levels of telecommunication equipment. The design life is up to 12 years at 25℃.

Heavy Duty Car Battery

Types of Heavy Duty Car Batteries for Sale

12V180AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

12V180AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

Nowadays, trucks used for long-distance transportation are equipped with many comfort and accommodation functions, improving the working conditions of drivers.
Buy 12V180AH Heavy Duty Car Battery
12V200AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

12V200AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

EXOR AGM Truck Battery was developed for demanding long-distance traffic applications.
Buy 12V200AH Heavy Duty Car Battery
12V230AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

12V230AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

12V230AH Truck Battery, using the latest plate stamping technology, higher strength, and higher density, makes this battery three times longer than the regular starter battery.
Buy 12V230AH Heavy Duty Car Battery
12V260AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

12V260AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

Thanks to its efficient AGM technology, EXOR provides 12V260AH Truck Batteries for trucks and commercial vehicles that are highly dependent on onboard equipment.
Buy 12V260AH Heavy Duty Car Battery

How To Maintain Heavy Duty Car Battery?

How To Maintain Heavy Duty Car Battery?

1. Check battery voltage once a month

If a lead-acid battery is allowed to discharge partially or completely, it will greatly shorten its service life. Check the voltage with a voltmeter once a month for a healthier battery. A fully charged lead-acid battery should have a voltage of approximately 12.7 volts or higher. If the voltage is below 12.5 volts, it is best to charge the battery as soon as possible. Also, keep in mind that a lead-acid car battery is considered half charged at 12.4 volts and completely or completely dead at 12.0 volts. Driving the vehicle frequently and for long periods will help maintain your battery. If you don't use your vehicle very often, consider purchasing a battery charger to help maintain the correct voltage.

2. Fix the battery firmly and check it once a month

Vibration can shorten the life of a heavy duty car battery, so it is important to use an approved battery clip to ensure it is properly fastened. If not firmly fixed, excessive vibration can damage the internal components of the battery causing a short circuit and shortening battery life. Please connect the wire firmly to the terminal without crimping or squeezing. But don't make the mistake of overtightening the battery clamp nut to your strength limit as this can damage the battery. Instead, simply tighten the nut until resistance is felt, then continue to rotate half a turn.

3. Keep the heavy duty car battery clean and check the terminal corrosion once a month

Keep the top of the heavy duty car battery clean, dry, and free of dust and dirt. Dirty batteries will discharge on the dirt at the top of the case, causing a slight short circuit that will eventually kill the battery. Battery terminals can also corrode over time, so keeping them clean and free of buildup is a smart way to extend battery life. Scrub the terminals with an old toothbrush dipped in baking soda and water. Then, rinse the mixture with a cold water spray bottle and dry thoroughly.

What To Consider When Buying The Best Heavy Duty Car Batteries

Choose The Right Size Battery

Batteries come in all shapes and sizes. If you buy a battery that is too small, it may move around in the battery tray, and the battery lock will no doubt come loose. If you purchase a battery that is too large, it may be placed on the edge of the tray, may leave a hole in the battery, and may not install. If the battery is too high, it can come into contact with the hood or other metal sheets, and cause friction to cause damage.

Select The Appropriate Cca Value

Cold start Current (CCA) - When you go out the door, the battery may produce an event you don't expect on a cold morning. Cold start is one of the most difficult battery challenges. If the replacement battery you buy is rated lower than the required grade for your truck, you could end up stranded on the road.

Choose The Right Volume

To ensure your truck is running well, choose heavy duty diesel car batteries with a good reserve capacity ranging from 80 to 150 minutes --Start-Stop AGM battery are better because they can start and discharge deeply.

FAQs of Heavy Duty Auto Battery

Why does My Heavy Duty Car Battery Keep Dying?+ -

Truck batteries can be out of work for a variety of reasons, most notably defective charging systems, temperature fluctuations, loose connectors or batteries that have outlived their useful life.

How Long Will The Truck Battery Last?+ -

Five years or more, and if you follow the right maintenance plan, good heavy duty auto batteries can last that long. However, it is recommended to replace them every four to five years to avoid complete wear and tear.

When Should I Replace The Truck Battery?+ -

There are some signs that your heavy duty auto battery needs to be replaced: the engine doesn't start immediately, electrical problems cause electronic failure, dimming of lights, engine lights that keep coming on on the dashboard, damaged battery case, etc.

How Much Should I Drive To Keep The Battery Charged?+ -

Drive a heavy truck at least once a week and drive long enough to keep the heavy duty auto battery in good working order.

Contact Us
+60 17-535 9299
+60 17-535 9299
No. 8, Lot 3302, Jalan Permata 2, Arab Malaysian Industrial Park, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

No. 8, Lot 3302, Jalan Permata 2, Arab Malaysian Industrial Park, 71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
+60 17-535 9299