Dr Mike McDonagh examines the process known in lead-acid battery manufacturing as pasting. This is simply the method of applying nascent lead-acid battery active material, called paste, to the lead alloy grid to make a plate.
To start, I must repeat the message of previous articles: “All processes in the lead-acid battery manufacturing chain are inexorably linked and are truly dependent on each other”. With that in mind, I will be showing the nature of the chemical and physical interdependences of the pre- and post-pasting manufacturing steps.
The pasting parameters that have the most influence on . . .