Terms and ratings
Cold cranking amperes (CCA) is the amount of current a battery can provide at -18 °C.
Hot cranking amperes is the amount of current the battery can provide at minus 26.7 °C.
A low reading means that sulfate is bound to the battery plates and that the battery is discharged. Upon recharge of the battery, the sulfate returns to the electrolyte.
*Please note - there is an additional 1-2 days delivery time to areas outside of Gauteng
*Please note - an additional shipping charge of R114 applies owing to the weight of the battery