Power Tool Batteries

Power Tool Batteries

Batteries are a necessity for life. For do-it-yourself repairs at home, to a career in construction, there are dozens of varieties of cordless power tools - cordless drills, impact drivers, reciprocating saws, grease guns... They make it possible to stand on a roof or reach the back corner of the yard without dragging around a heavy extension cord. The drawback? Power tool batteries need charged, and both batteries and chargers at times need replaced. Don't let that be a frustration for you. We can help you find what you need in a flash. BIAF.com offers power tool batteries for brands such as Black & Decker, Bosch, Craftsman, DeWalt, Milwaukee, and Ryobi that fit hundreds of models.

Which Battery Should I Choose?
Please check your manual before purchasing a replacement battery for your power tool. Different chemistries, voltages, and capacity can be overwhelming. Sometimes, a 14.4 Volt battery for Dewalt DW984K may also be listed under DW984K 2.0Ah or DW984K NiMH. All three batteries fit the same tool, but why choose one or the other?

Ni-CD batteries last the shortest amount of time and need to be recharged often (but you get more charge cycles). Ni-MH batteries may cost more, however have no memory effect, they last longer due to a higher capacity, hold a longer charge, and they contain no toxic chemicals that are harmful. However, you won't get as many cycles for some Ni-MH batteries. Li-Ion has a very high energy/mass, meaning it is a light weight battery that will store a lot of energy with no memory effect. In general, the higher the capacity (mAh), the longer the battery will last. Installing batteries with a different capacity will not affect the operation of a device as long as the voltage matches.

Please feel free to browse our selection by brand, or for a more refined search try out the battery finder just below. If you have any questions about finding the right battery, check out our battery knowledge base or give us a call at 1-800-515-2423. We are open 7 days a week.

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