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This is the first video in a series I will do on reviving your old, tired car or general purpose lead acid batteries. Part 1 is a basic overview of my setup …
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AGM Battery – Battery Reconditioning
The importance of being environmental-friendly is highly valued at this time, partly due to the devastating occurrences that have happened in connection with human abuse of the environment. Recycling is one of the approaches people are taking to address this. Almost anything can be recycled in some way, including batteries. Only that it’s called battery reconditioning and not battery recycling.
Experts postulate that any battery can be reconditioned. Whether it is an aluminum battery, lithium-ion battery, AGM battery, or a fuel cell, the key is not in its composition itself but the know-how on reconditioning.
This process is meant to revive a dead or barely usable battery to its full capacity. Another possible application is to accelerate the desulfating process.
Over time, sulfation–or the formation of large non-conductive crystals of lead–naturally occurs on battery plates. This greatly reduces its capacity. Reconditioning can reverse these effects. But the reconditioning process is not only for damaged batteries. It can also be used to maintain working ones, which generally extends their lifespan.
Through reconditioning, fewer batteries are discarded. This is highly beneficial to the preservation of our environment. In this way, there is a lower chance of improper disposal–an act that leads to the leaking of battery chemicals in our landfills. Further, the reconditioning process does not in any way harm nature, as there are no toxic byproducts of the procedure.
Aside from the aforementioned environmental benefit of battery reconditioning, it also provides individuals with an opportunity to save a lot of money.
High calibre batteries like an AGM battery or a lithium/cadmium battery are not cheap to replace. The cost involved with restoring a battery, on the other hand, is significantly less expensive.
There are two options a person can look into when the need to recondition a battery arises. A lot of individuals claim that the procedure is very easy to do and is one that does not require too much technical expertise. So, if you are up to it, then all you would need to do is to buy a guide and the equipment to get it done. It is critical, however, to mention that utmost caution still has to be taken when handling the noxious compounds in the battery. But reconditioning is also one of the more lucrative businesses of today. There are many seasoned experts out there who would be willing to do the job for you for a very reasonable price.
It seems only logical to take the necessary actions to extend the use and effectiveness of a product we bought, save money, and protect the environment at the same time. Battery reconditioning ensures all three. The next time that the AGM battery of your car or the nickel metal hydride battery of you motorbike stalls, instead of throwing it away, choose the better option and get it reconditioned.
Learn more about your AGM battery and how you can harness its full potential. Visit http://agmbattery.org/ for more tips on battery reconditioning and related stuff.
Raffy Chan is a writer and internet enthusiast, based in California. He enjoys doing research, writing, and website/s creation. He is the originator of the QuidErgo Group: a community of professionals, authors, artists and computer enthusiasts who come together with the common aim of communicating with the online world.
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