4 Effective Ways To Maintain Sealed Agm Battery And Make It Durable
4 effective ways to maintain Sealed AGM Battery and make it durable
Sealed AGM Battery has a long service life-usually more than 7 years. Unlike full-charged batteries, AGM batteries require less effort to ensure their maintenance. However, understanding how to store, charge, use the charger recommended by the manufacturer, and prevent sulfation is essential to prolong life and performance. In order to maximize the effectiveness of AGM batteries, the following are four effective charging and maintenance methods.
Store Sealed AGM Battery
When storing the Sealed AGM Battery for a long time, please remember to charge it. Store the battery in a well-ventilated place, and be sure to store it in a cool and dry place. Avoid leaving the battery in a discharged state, as this will cause sulfation.
When the sulfuric acid in the lead-acid battery, especially the sulfuric acid in the negative plate, reacts, the lead sulfate is formed, which leads to sulfation. Sulfation will reduce the charge retention capacity of the battery. Keeping the AGM battery fully charged during and before storage will help avoid the sulfation process. In the unlikely event that sulfation occurs on the AGM battery, use the desulfurization charge to reverse the sulfation. You can also use the recommended AGM battery charger to reduce the effects of sulfate.
Do not overcharge the AGM battery
Maintaining the performance of AGM batteries requires proper charging. Overcharging may damage the internal structure of the AGM battery. Similarly, insufficient charging will shorten the life of the Sealed Deep Cycle Battery. In order to effectively charge the AGM battery, please follow the manufacturer's instructions to determine the correct voltage. Avoid using traditional gasoline generators to charge AGM batteries.
Use the charger recommended by the manufacturer
According to the manufacturer, a charger is recommended for each Sealed AGM Battery. The manufacturer's charger ensures that the recommended voltage is supplied to the AGM battery without overcharging or overcharging. If the wrong charger is used, it may cause sulfation of the AGM battery.
The durability of the Sealed AGM Battery is highly dependent on storage, charging, and prevention of sulfation. Your AGM battery needs a charger recommended by the manufacturer, which varies from battery to battery. To inquire about AGM batteries, their chargers, and prices, please click here for more information.