Lead-Acid Batteries

The Problem

Traditional lead-acid batteries have many defects. This is due to the inherent structural characteristics, which include:

  • Plate sulfation
  • Active material loss
  • Dehydration
  • Serious acid polution
  • Short cycle life
  • Poor low/high temprature characteristics

The Solution

To overcome the structural defects in lead-acid batteries, manufacturers started using AGM and a gel electrolyte bateries. Although this did not solve all the problems, progress was made by:

  • Reducing the acid mist
  • reducing the water loss rate
  • Reducing the self-discharge rate
  • Improving the discharge capacity

By solving these problems, a new series of challenges were introduced:

  • Poor electrode penetration by the gel electrolyte
  • Weak capacity of AGM separator match
  • Slow electrode reaction

The Diffrence

In order to overcome the fundamental shortcomings of the lead-acid and AGM or gel batteries, the Lead Crystal Battery uses new proprietary technologies, including:

  • Silica crystalline state SiO2 composite electrolyte (not a gel) to replace the conventional sulfuric acid solution
  • The preparation method of the Silica crystalline state SiO2 composite electrolyte
  • The irrigation fluid device and its battery plus liquid method
  • Battery terminals connected to protective devices
  • Batteries with liquid shunt valve
  • New plates
  • New AGM

Diffrence Results

As a result, this self-designed SiO2 cleaning composite electrolyte replaces th conventional sulfuric acid solution/gel. A number of unique and advanced technologies are used in the manufacturing of the Lead Crystal Battery in order to solve the lead-acid/gel battery problems. this includes:

  • Virtually no plate sulfation
  • No active material loss
  • No dehydration
  • No acid pollution
  • Excellent cycle life
  • Very goo low/high temperature characteristics

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