Rejuvenate and re-energise your vehicle battery
A car battery is the heart of your car’s electrical system. It produces and stores electrical energy and stabilizes voltage in the vehicle’s system.
Many types and sizes of battery are available, the correct battery application for your car, van, lorry, tractor, UPS and UWP backup battery is designed to take account of factors such as engine capacity, and current draw. Reserve capacity is the approximate time in minutes that a fully charged battery will operate a car with minimum electrical load and the alternator not charging. Ampere hour (AH) rating is a measure of how much current a battery can supply before it is seriously weakened; usually as you can find at your battery stated – NS40/30AH, NS60ZL/40AH, NS70/55AH, DIN55/55AH, DIN115/100AH etc. Always try to replace your old battery with one having a higher reserve capacity, ampere hours (AH) than the original, or never smaller.
The ampere hour (AH) rating of a battery defines for how long it will deliver current (e.g. 240AH will deliver 10 amperes for 24 hours, or 24 amperes for 10 hours, etc.)
The battery reserve capacity must be sufficient to allow a high flow of current to the starter motor of the vehicle engine and also supply some of the current for other main components such as electronic components ECU (engine control unit), ABS modulator, SRS airbag module, sensors, fuel injection, etc.
Reserve capacity is the amount of time a vehicle can run on battery power only without charging system operating (alternator). Reserve capacity specification assumes the vehicle requires 25 amperes to support basic electrical function at operating temperatures of 30 degrees centrigrade and is the time in minutes taken for the battery to reach a final voltage up to 12.4 volts.
Life pulsar attach to battery to give pulses during engine is running
Before you replace a faulty battery, though, consider this. If you habitually leave the dome/room light on,or take a lot of short trips, or let the battery slide around in its tray, maybe you are the problem. The vehicle batteries can emit hydrogen gas which is an easily ignited and explosive gas. Metallic objects in contact with battery terminals and terminal disconnection/connection can cause sparks which may ignite hydrogen gas causing explosion. Avoid smoking and other sources of ignition.
So, let’s an experts do it for you – in doing battery rejuvenation, we ensure certain processes when desulphation by using treatment method to increase that battery energy. The benefits of rejuvenation and reenergising battery includes;
1. Limited warranty
2. High cranking power (AH increase)
3. Longer battery life span
4. Reduces internal heating and prevents damaged by over charge
5. Reduces repair or replacement costs of alternator, generator, regulator, new battery etc.
Why the batteries fails? We treat the biggest cause of battery problems which is sulphation. This accounts for vast majority of 12V automotive batteries being discarded when actually this is a needless waste – not all bad battery or bad cell, they are left to discharged due to bad maintenance.
Why we waste and not save the cost and environment, especially in this country (Malaysia), knowledge on recyclable goods are still at low level of awareness. In fact when we know the matter it very lucrative. In this case, rejuvenation and reenergising the battery will save you 60% of original cost.
Sulphation is a naturally occurring process. It is simply crystals of lead sulphate that build up on the lead plates. These crystals can harden to form a barrier that will prevent the battery ever being fully charged leading to worsening performance until eventually the vehicle will not start.
Undercharging the battery ie Short journeys, occasional use, will also cause sulphation problems and degrading of the batteries performance. Although sulphation occurs more rapidly under hotter temperatures, it often only comes to light in the winter, or cold weather in highland such as in Genting Highlands and Cameron Highlands, when the oil in the vehicle is thicker and puts a greater load on the battery.
Other causes of battery failure are more physical such as shorted cells, cracked cases, overcharging etc.
As part of our ongoing research and development process, we will be rolling out further extensions to the 12V automotive system so that other battery types can be re-energised.
a) Utility vehicles – golf buggies
b) Marine – boat batteries
c) UPS Standby – Telekoms, backup batteries (Solar Power and Wind Power; VRLA battery type)
d) Motorcycles, water recreational craft (AGM battery type).
In addition we are developing a new system for the Industrial Batteries to treat vehicles such as forklifts and pellet trucks (deep cycle lead acid battery type, 24V/180AH, 68V/530AH), platform lifts and others.
To all customer, transport company, keen vehicle manufacturer and corporate company to seek our further information and service please contact us.
Article by, Karman
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