DEFINITIONS OF VRLA-AGM BATTERY
A VRLA-AGM battery is an electric storage lead-acid battery
- Sealed with special compound epoxy and using pressure controlled vent valves.
- Starved electrolyte design - acid solution is absorbed in separators.
- Using a recombination reaction to prevent the escape of hydrogen and oxygen gases.
- Non-spillable - can be operated in any position. But, upside-down installation is not recommended.
- Maintenance free. But connections must be retorqued and the batteries should be cleaned periodically.
A VRLA-AGM battery uses recombinant technology. The oxygen produced from the positive plates of the battery is absorbed by the negative plates. This suppresses the generation of hydrogen at the negative plates. The recombination of oxygen and hydrogen leads to Water (H2O), retaining the electrolyte amount within the battery.
- Maintenance-free, no water adding required. Sealed Valve-Regulated Spill proof / leak proof
- Deep discharge protection
- Plate grids from lead-calcium alloy , free of antimony
- No corrosion
- Installs vertically or horizontally
- Low gassing (unless overcharged)
- Good cycling and stationary performance
- Good high rate discharges
- Long shelf life
- Rugged and vibration-resistant