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Associated Equipment Announces Improved Battery-Charger Warranty

Associated Equipment’s new warranty provides a two-year manufacturer’s warranty with a five-year transformer/rectifier warranty for heavy-duty battery chargers (6001A, 6002B, 6006, 6009 and 6012) and a three-year transformer/rectifier warranty for Intellamatic wheeled smart chargers.

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Associated Equipment Corp. (AEC) recently announced a new warranty program for domestically made wheeled battery chargers.

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Associated Equipment’s new warranty provides a two-year manufacturer’s warranty with a five-year transformer/rectifier warranty for heavy-duty battery chargers (6001A, 6002B, 6006, 6009 and 6012) and a three-year transformer/rectifier warranty for Intellamatic wheeled smart chargers.

Associated provides both in- and out-of-warranty repair parts and service at more than 200 service providers across North America as well as from its manufacturing facility in St. Louis.

“We are excited to announce that we are immediately implementing our new warranty policy retroactively on qualified chargers currently in the field or available for sale that fall within the new two-year warranty period,” said Kimberly Cottle, president and CEO of Associated Equipment. “We want our customers and end users to know that we stand behind our products and that when they buy Associated Equipment products, they know they have invested in a tool that lasts. We continue to lead the market in professional-quality battery-management tools and equipment and this is another step in raising the bar for our St. Louis-based company.”

AEC designs, patents and assembles a full line of battery-charging, testing and portable power solutions, booster cables and clamps for automotive, heavy-duty/fleet, aircraft and recreational-vehicle use for a worldwide customer base.

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