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Frequently Asked Questions | Glossary


FAQ's

Q: What is a gel battery?

A: A gel battery is a VRLA storage battery that has its electrolyte suspended in a thick silica gel. With its gelled electrolyte, the battery avoids sulphation and electrolyte stratification and eliminates vibration damage to plates. The gelled electrolyte does not flow like normal liquid. The gel battery exhibits superior thermal stability, high deep-discharge capability and excellent recovery from deep discharge.

Due to the consistency of the electrolyte and the sealed battery case, the gel battery is considered non-spillable - even if tipped upside down or cracked open. It may be operated in virtually any orientation and is not restricted for air, surface or water transport.

The gel battery is maintenance free and eliminates worry about acid spills and corrosion.

Q: What is an AGM battery?

A: An AGM battery is a VRLA storage battery that has its entire electrolyte absorbed in separators consisting of a sponge-like mass of matted glass fibers. Like the gel battery, the AGM battery is considered non-spillable - even if tipped upside down or cracked open. It may be operated in virtually any orientation and is not restricted for air, surface or water transport.

Low internal resistance allows a high discharge rate.

Q: What is a dry cell battery?

A: Dry Cell Batteries are environmentally friendly, safe and reliable. These completely sealed, maintenance-free, spill-proof, leak-proof, vibration-resistant, recombinant batteries do not emit carbon dioxide or hydrogen gasses.

Available in various voltages and performance ratings, Dry Cell Battery applications include aerial lifts, broadband and cable TV, electric vehicles, electronic and security, floor scrubbers, golf cars, industrial, marine, medical mobility, renewable and solar energy, uninterruptible power supplies and more.


Glossary

Capacity: The electrical energy expressed in ampere hours. The energy is referenced to the discharge current for a measured period of time until it reaches a cut-off voltage.

Cranking Amps: The discharge load in amperes which a new, fully charged battery at 32 degrees F(0c) can continuously deliver for 30 seconds and maintain a terminal voltage equal to or greater than 1.2 volts per cell.

Cold Cranking Amps: The discharge load in amperes which a new, fully charged battery at 0 degrees F (-17.8C) can continuously deliver for 30 seconds and maintain a terminal voltage equal to or greater than 1.2 volts per cell.

Reserve Capacity: The number of minutes which new, fully charged batteries at 80 degree F (26.7C) can be continuously discharged at 25 amperes and maintain a terminal voltage equal to or greater than 1.75 volts per cell.


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