AGM batteries are powerful, vibration-resistant and maintenance-free, and work well for larger motorcycles, such as Harley-Davidson. In AGM batteries, the electrolyte is contained in an absorbent glass mat, which extends the service life as it can handle more charges and discharges.
AGM batteries can be mounted both horizontally and vertically.
Gel batteries are vibration-resistant and maintenance-free with lower self-discharge rates. Because the battery acid is contained in gel, it is more leak-proof than a traditional battery and is therefore perfectly suited to motorcycles and scooters where the battery is horizontal.
Lithium batteries are maintenance-free batteries for motorcycles and have a higher capacity, lower self-discharge rate at standstill (even during the winter period), and lower weight than a standard equivalent size acid battery. They are often considered more efficient and more environmentally friendly, and have a charge indicator for monitoring battery usage.
Lithium batteries can be mounted both horizontally and vertically.
SMF batteries are maintenance-free normal batteries, based on calcium/calcium technology, with a liquid electrolyte in a sealed casing. The batteries are equipped with a safety valve to release any overpressure.
SMF batteries must be mounted vertically.
Would you like to know more about our motorcycle batteries?
If you would like to know more about our individual motorcycle batteries, you can read the attached manuals and other documents, which can also be downloaded from the product pages of the different batteries. The documents usually contain all the information you will need if you are interested in the technical performance of the batteries.
Recycle your battery
Old vehicle batteries are considered hazardous waste and must therefore be handed in to a recycling centre or to the distributor from which you purchase a new battery to ensure that they are recycled correctly.
Before recycling your batteries, we advise you to check which local rules and guidelines must be followed when recycling hazardous waste.
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