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|Useage:||Motorcycle / Scooter /three Wheel Motorcycle||Dimensions:||145*72*97mm|
|Certificate:||ISO9001/CE/ROHS/UL||Type:||Conventional Dry Charged|
small 12 volt rechargeable battery,
sealed lead acid battery 12v
Why Choose Us?
1. From Taiwan Maan Shyang Group high technology and more than 10 years battery manufacturing management experience.
2. We have our own lead plate factory, injecting molding factory, assembly battery factory.
3. First-class battery production equipment and advanced environment protection equipment.
4. Adopting high pure lead ingot as our raw-material,Unique formula improves the utilization of active material of lead plate, and lead plate is high resistance for acid.
5. Our products have been passed ISO9001, ISO14001, OHSAS18001, CE, UL, ROHS, MSDS Certificates.
6. Excellent team work and 24/7 sales services.
|Item||China manufacturer wholesale dry charged lead acid 12v 6Ah rechargeable motorcycle battery|
|Useage||Motorcycle / Scooter /three Wheel Motorcycle|
|No. of plate||54|
BATTERIES - Wet or Dry Charged
Batteries can be produced as Wet-Charged, such as current automotive batteries are today, or they can be Dry-Charged, such as a motorcycle battery where an electrolyte solution is added when put into service.
WET-CHARGED: The lead-acid battery is filled with electrolyte and charged when it is built. During storage, a slow chemical reaction will cause self-discharge. Periodic charging is required. Most batteries sold today are wet charged.
DRY-CHARGED: The battery is built, charged, washed and dried, sealed, and shipped without electrolyte. It can be stored for up to 18 months. When put into use, electrolyte and charging are required. Batteries of this type have a long shelf life. Motorcycle batteries are typically dry charged batteries.
The most common mistakes made by owners of lead acid batteries
Undercharging - Generally caused by not allowing the charger to restore the battery to full charge after use. Continuously operating a battery in a partial state of charge, or storing the battery in the discharged state results in the formation of lead sulfate (sulfation) on the plates. Sulfation reduces the performance of the battery and may cause premature battery failure.
Overcharging - Continuous-charging causes accelerated corrosion of the positive plates, excessive water consumption and in some cases, damaging temperatures within the battery. Lead acid batteries should be charged after each discharge of more the 50% of its rated capacity and during or after prolonged storage of 30 days or more.
Under-watering - In lead acid batteries water is lost during the charging process. If the electrolyte level drops below the tops of the plates, irreparable damage may occur. Check your battery water level frequently.
Over-watering - Excessive watering of a battery results in additional dilution of the electrolyte, resulting in reduced battery performance. Add water to your battery after it has been fully charged, never when the battery is partially discharged.
Contact Person: Johnson Zhang