? Structure & Characteristics

  1. Hydrometer
  2. Heat-Sealed Covers
  3. Exclusive Patented Liquid Gas Separator
  4. Flame Arrester
  5. Low-Resistance Envelope Separators
  6. Centered Cast-on Plate Straps
  7. Wrought Lead-Calcium Grids
  8. Polypropylene Case

Hydrometer

– at full charge, the electrolyte specific gravity is1.280 while at 50% of charge considered the minimum serviceable condition, the specific gravity is typically 1.220, In a typical situation when the specific gravity drops to 1.100, the battery is fully discharged.

Heat-Sealed Covers

– prevents leakage and contamination.

– adds to case strenght and rigidity.

include permanent flame arresters to prevent an accidental explosion from external sparks or flame.

– have hydrometer built in for faster checking.

Exclusive Patented Liquid Gas Separator

– vents allow the battery to “breathe” during temperature changes and charging.

– prevents electrolyte losses by collecting electrolyte vapor and returning liquid to the reservoir.

Flame Arrester

– prevents possibility of explosion from spark of outside.

– minimizes acid-leakage.

– prevents inflow of dust.

– safety system

Low-Resistance Envelope Separators

– prevent “treeing”and internal shorting

– between positive and negative plates

– encapsulate negative plates

– improve vibration durability

Centered Cast-on Plate Straps

– stronger than the thinner gas-burned conventional connectors.

– reduce the lever action movement resulting from road shock.

Wrought Lead-Calcium Grids

– minimal gassing and water usage

– offer considerable strength

– resistant to grid corrosion

– over-charge resistant

– less self-discharge

– resist thermal runaway

Polypropylene Case

– reinforced design is precisely tailored to support the battery elements for resistance to vibration and road shock damage.

– material is light weight, exceptionally strong, durable and resistant to handling and impact damage.