Constantly recharging, maintaining, or replacing your Flooded Lead Batteries can be a tiring task that is frustrating, expensive, and potentially dangerous. Flooded Lead Batteries Dangers & Problems –
- Acid Spills – It is common for Flooded Lead Batteries to easily spill the acid they contain due to cornering, vibration, and accidental crashes.
- Corrosion – Due to non-sealed/protected chemical reactions within the batteries terminal, lugs, and connectors.
- Constant Maintenance & Recharging – Many people complain about recharging their Flooded Lead Batteries for hours and then receiving only a small time of actual use before the battery needs charged again. To get the best results from your Flooded Lead Battery continual maintenance is required, from cleaning to measuring charge levels. These various tasks combined can result in a waste of valuable time and money.
- Environmental Damage – Flooded Lead Batteries release lead emissions that can cause environmental and physical damage due to overexposure.
- Difficult or Impossible to Install to Certain Application – Due to the acid and chemicals in a Flooded Lead Battery they cannot be tipped and need additional space for ventilation, this can make installation for certain applications difficult or utterly impossible.
Oct 25th 2013