- Available for one battery user to large fleet user
- All makes of batteries REGENERATED
- Unique option to extend battery life
- Extend battery life without having to buy a new battery
- The most cost effective method for you
- Fully trained technicians
- Fully certificated battery
- Fast response
The battery regeneration is a unique innovation, designed to restore lost capacity and extend the functional life span of lead-acid batteries. The regeneration process is best described as electrochemical sulphate reversion.
A simplified explanation of the sulphation process
When a battery’s energy / charge is drained and recharged during normal working cycles, sulphate-crystals gradually build up on the electrodes, preventing the battery from effectively delivering current; these crystals cause a reduction of the capacity.
Sulphation build-up inhibits the electrochemial reaction that produces current. Poor current acceptance, storage, and delivery, overheating, dehydration, short circuit, mechanical damage, and PREMATURE FAILURE.
Battery Regeneration Process
The regenerated surface of the electrodes(plates) allows the battery to accept, store, and deliver current normally. The process reverts the lead sulphate into active material (no acid topping required ).
Battery Regeneration – What For?
The Battery Regeneration process is designed for older batteries that are operating well below their optimum level & to extend the operational life.
Batteries that have been standing causing heavy sulphation.
A Regeneration can even be used to revive batteries that will not accept normal charging.
An average Regeneration usually takes 72 hours.
The completed process leaves the battery fully charged and ready for use.
A Battery Regeneration Certificate with every battery guaranteeing the increase
Case Study 1
1000 batteries per year currently being replaced.
677 can be regenerated
333 scrapped and need new replacements
= 333 batteries new and not 1000 batteries
A scrapped 2005 battery was regenerated back to 73% of the original 5 hour rate. This would be the equivalent of approximately a 2 year old battery.
A 2 year old battery should give you 3 years life remaining, therefore a regenerated battery to this standard should give you up to 3 years more.
If the regenerated batteries give an extended life of 2 years extra
Therefore the lifespan of 2 batteries with regeneration = 14 years
As apposed to 3 NEW standard life batteries = 15 years
Case Study 2
10 five year old batteries were regenerated back to between 72% and 82% of the original 5 hour rate. This would be the equivalent of approximately a 2 year old battery.
This facilitated the Fork Truck Company to extend the contract hire for a further 2 years without building into the cost for new batteries.
New Battery Cost v Regeneration Cost
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