Rolls Battery Broadens Renewable Energy Battery Line

Rolls Battery line of leading North American lead-acid batteries, has introduced two (2) higher capacity 2V battery models to our Renewable Energy line-up. Using the same 2V S-1380 design, the S-1590 and S-1725 push AH to 1200 & 1300 on 20 Hr rates.

Rolls Battery has introduced two (2) higher capacity 2V battery models to our Renewable Energy line of leading North American lead-acid batteries. The S-1590 & S-1725 models follow the same popular 2V L-16 design and terminal configuration used with our S-1380 model.


The S-1590 & S-1725 models add to our growing list of L-16 style batteries, featuring a convenient four (4) post configuration (two (2) posts per terminal), used to support the potential loads of a 1200 & 1300 AH cell (20 hr rate). Both models feature a single vent to maintain and a single threaded take-off.
The new S-1590 and S-1725 models are currently in production and are now available to consumers through Rolls Battery dealers and distributors.


Surrette Battery Company Ltd.
Exclusive manufacturer of Rolls Battery
Springhill, NS Canada


At Surrette Battery Company we build one mean battery. Our Rolls Battery product lines have earned this reputation based on reliability, durability, easy maintenance and ongoing product support.

Many of our Rolls batteries include dual container construction and high-density polyethylene material maximizing durability and eliminating acid leaks even in the event of a ruptured outer container.

The unique "resistox" plate design offers more resistance to corrosion and maximizes the life of the battery. The life expectancy of Rolls batteries are among the longest in the industry.

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