Battery Revitalization System™ dissolves
sulfation and restores the electrolyte solution.
It just won’t
Pb (Lead Plate) + SO4 (Sulfuric Acid = Electrolyte)
A large percentage of deep cell wet lead acid batteries
that lose strength, have to be refurbished or simply discarded are due to the
formation of sulfation on the lead and soft lead plates. A chemical reaction
within the battery's charging and discharging cycles causes this to happen.
The process speeds up due to no, or poor, maintenance and the use of tap water
and all its impurities added to the cells.
Similar to the hardening of arteries in a person, the passages of electrical
current is slowed down or even stopped in each cell, so you only have a couple
of choices. Rebuild (if you can, such as a forklift type battery) or replace
(especially in cases of a series of batteries).
Now there is a better choice and we even guaranty
The picture above represents a new battery cell grid and plates. There is
no accumulation of any sulfation and, if kept this way, the battery will
perform exceptionally for years to come.
This picture is an example of sulfation blocking the grid and the plates.
Sulfation is the chemical reaction within the cells as the battery charges
and discharges. It is actually the electrolyte chemicals (Lead, Sulfuric
Acid and H2O) in a hardened, crystallized compound.
Tenacious Battery Revitalization System™ re-formulates this compound back
into the electrolyte solution and prevents it from forming again.
Sulfation, upon exceeding 10% of the electrolyte solution, has now reached a
point where the battery is not able to function properly (longer charging
time required for less operational use). Eventually, the sulfation starts to
corrode the cell and as the battery is used physical damage is likely to