Fuller Superb Car Battery 030 12V 70Ah 570A

10403012
  • Brand: Fuller
  • Volts: 12V
  • Ah (C20): 70A
  • CCA: 570
  • Dimensions: L: 258mm W: 173mm H: 225mm
  • Warranty: 5 Years
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Fuller Superb 030 12V 70Ah 570A Car Battery

Product Code: 10403012

Fuller Superb Starter Battery

The Fuller Superb 030 Car Battery is used in many car types such as Nissan, Suzuki, Toyota and many more. Click on the Car Fitment tab on this page to find your car fitment. The 030 Car Battery is suitable to perform for 1.4 litre to 4.2 litre petrol and diesel vehicles.

The Fuller brand was launched in 1988.

This high-performance heavy-duty Fuller Superb Starter Battery utilises the latest lead-acid technology and provides the unmistakable reassurance of a 5 year warranty

Being heavy-duty and of ultra-low maintenance the Fuller Superb starter battery has excellent cold start capabilities, giving peace of mind when extra starting power is required.

Volts:
12V
Ah (C20):
70A
CCA:
570
Dimensions:
L: 258mm W: 173mm H: 225mm
Warranty:
5 Years
Chemical:
Lead Acid
Terminal Layout:

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CARING FOR YOUR BATTERY OVER WINTER

As winter comes around it becomes more important to take care of your battery, whether it’s for a golf trolley, a motorbike or a caravan, if it’s not being used it needs to be maintained. Here are a few tips on how to care for your battery over winter.

Disconnect Unused Batteries               

It is imperative you disconnect your battery over winter. Batteries should always be disconnected if they’re sitting unused for an extensive amount of time. Some things still draw some power when they aren’t being used, meaning the battery could potentially run out of charge faster if connected. County Battery recommend storing batteries somewhere where the temperature does not fall below freezing.

Recharging Batteries in Storage

Unused batteries will deteriorate much faster than a battery that is in constant use or constantly being recharged. Batteries begin to self discharge when it is not being used and the chemicals inside start to react. Topping up the charge periodically will vastly improve its life.

Be sure the charger used is correct for your battery. Lead Acid and Gel etc all require different types of charger. Be sure to monitor your battery when it is on charge, especially if your charger is not automatic as the battery may overheat/overcharge. If the battery is overcharged the acid/water will begin to boil and evaporate.

Cleaning Batteries

Once you have removed a battery from the vehicle, before charging it is a good idea to clean the batteries down to rid them of any corrosion. A mixture of clean water and baking soda can be used to neutralise any acid on the case and remove any corrosion that may have developed on the terminals.