Battery, Starting AGM 12V CCA:810 MCA:950 Size 31


Referencia del fabricante LFL/GPL-3100T
Marca Lifeline
Precio: Pedido Especial
Código de producto: LFL/GPL-3100T
UPC/EAN: 319944
Opciones de entrega:
  • Recogida en tienda solamente (FREE)

Descripción del producto

LFL/GPL-3100T Starting AGM  12  Volt   80 Amp Hours MCA 1120 CCA 810
31 12.9″ (328mm) Long 6.75″ (172mm) Wide 9.27″ (236mm) Height w/Termin. 67lb (30.4kg) 

LIFELINE batteries are manufactured by Concorde Battery Corporation to the highest standards in the industry. They’re assembled utilizing the same methods and procedures as Concorde’s world famous aerospace grade batteries. This technology combines absorbent glass mat (AGM) principles with other patented procedures and special materials. LIFELINE batteries are hand assembled using special interlocking cases which are sealed with epoxy resin. Once fully charged and drained, the cells are charged to a slight positive pressure. They have superior strength, do not leak while inverted, and process charging gasses internally.


  • User Safe
  • Sealed construction non-spillable
  • Install in any position if properly supported.
  • Submersible without damage
  • Maintenance free (no adding water or repairing corroded terminals)
  • Fastest recharge. (no current limitations with voltage regulated recharging)
  • Deep Cycle (thick positive plates to provide real deep cycle performance)
  • Outstanding cranking performance (aircraft cell construction lowers internal resistance)
  • Best charge retention (especially against flooded cell types)
  • Lowest discharge rates (Less that 3 percent per month unattended)
  • Shock and vibration resistant. (100% of plates are covered with separator liners)

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SKU: 319944
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