Charge voltage is critical on these types of batteries because they both are recombinant batteries. This means that the oxygen that is normally produced on the positive plate in all lead acid batteries recombines with the hydrogen given off by the negative plate. The “recombination” of hydrogen and oxygen produces water, which replaces the moisture [...]
Both are recombinant batteries; both are sealed valve regulated. The major difference is that the “starved” or “absorbed electrolyte” battery contains an amount of liquid electrolyte added at the factory that soaks into the special separators. Therefore, it is non-spillable because all of the liquid electrolyte is trapped in the sponge like separator material. There [...]
Both types of our sealed batteries can be stored in temperatures as low as -20°F without freezing provided the batteries are fully charged.
Yes. Most gel batteries are approved for air transport by the F.A.A., I.A.T.A. and the D.O.T. This information is stated on a label located on the battery.
Gel Battery Advantages: • Totally maintenance free • Air transportable • No corrosion • Spill proof/leak proof • Installs upright or on its side • Superior deep cycle life • Very low to no gassing (unless overcharged) • Compatible with sensitive electronic equipment • Superior shelf life • Rugged and vibration resistant • Very safe [...]
Many people have the impression that when batteries sit on concrete, energy “leaks out” or they are ruined. The short answer is that letting modern batteries sit on concrete does not harm or discharge them in any way. However, this legend is historically based in fact. The first lead-acid batteries consisted of glass cells that [...]
Daily Users: Charge daily. This applies to anyone who actually uses his or her equipment outside of the home. Occasional Users: Always be sure to charge before an outing and always after active use. The ideal recharge point is about 50% on a scooter or wheelchair gauge.
To properly charge your mobility battery, follow these simple procedures: - Use the manufacturer’s automatic charger for all routine charging. - Never use an automotive or wet-type charger on gel/sealed batteries. (They’ll quickly ruin your battery). - Never run your battery completely flat. - Don’t “top off” the battery with frequent charging.