Lead Acid batteries have been a workhorse of industrial society for over 130 years. They have been greatly refined since then, but one problem remains: SULPHATION. The very nature of the electrochemical reaction that occurs between the lead plates and sulphuric acid to generate electricity generates lead sulphate. Over time, this buildup of lead sulphate crystals on the lead acid plates reduces the power available from the battery during load demand and reduces charge acceptance by the battery during charging.
Despite significant improvements in battery design and construction, lead acid batteries of all kinds still fail prematurely – until PulseTech.
PulseTech Battery Maintenance Systems utilize a patented electronic waveform with exact amplitude and duration to remove lead sulphate from battery plates. It does this by gently vibrating the sulfur atoms electronically, breaking the bonding of the lead sulphate crystals, and redissolving the sulfur into the sulphuric acid electrolyte.