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Standard Battery Problem:
Internal Resistance & Sulfation
Lead acid batteries have changed very little in 70 years. From the initial application of the electrolyte, sulfation begins coating the lead plates causing internal resistance. Aging batteries lose overall performance and require increased maintenance (more water) and charging time. Sulfation will eventually choke out any electrical activity. Stored and inactive batteries accelerate the problem of sulfation, leading to REDUCED BATTERY LIFE.
How Battery Equaliser Works:
The simplest method of checking is usually conducted by measuring specific gravity with a hydrometer. If each cell's electrolyte registers 1260 @ 26 degrees, this means that the cell is fully charged and should perform normally.
What happens when these readings vary from cell to cell? If a battery is composed of perhaps twenty four cells and one of these cells appears to be healthier than the rest it is most probable that this cell will become overloaded. This overload may evolve into "thermal runaway" causing the cell to explode.
Battery Equaliser through the cleaning process allows each plate and separator to continue functioning in the manner intended - equal voltage, equal amps and equal specific gravity in each battery cell.
The concept of cleaning out batteries has been going on for years. People used to wash them out using a simple jet of water or quite commonly a mixture of Epsom salts and water, indeed the researchers of Battery Equaliser have come across this mixture being commercially marketed by some astute entrepreneurs. Of course there are a great many drawbacks to this process, i.e. It takes away many of the elements originally placed by the battery manufacturers. the salts will attack the lead, dry it out so that it may become even more brittle and totally upset the specific gravity levels.
A collection of concepts and research conducted on scientific basis was embarked upon in 1978. Advisement from institutes and experts from all over the world was applied, to the development of Battery Equaliser.
Battery Equaliser is designed to clean and alloy the working parts within a lead acid battery by means of electrochemical reaction.
How to use Battery Equaliser:
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