In the first of new teaching series, consultant Mike McDonagh considers how far lead-acid manufacturing has moved away from its 150 year-old roots and become a sophisticated sector of process engineering.
Is it just me, or are there other battery technicians out there quite sick of hearing the phrase, "the lead-acid battery hasn't changed since invented by Plante".
It is a fact that we are one and a half centuries removed from the original invention. It is also a fact that some of the basic processes, in particular, production of the active . . .