Battery charge pulsing is not new; finding a successful and repeatable way to manipulate crystal growth to reduce lead‑acid battery sulfation is. Now WaveTech has brought to market a product that does just that. Ruth Williams talks to the CEO to find out more.
Anyone who has worked with or used lead-acid batteries knows the problem of sulfation. During discharge sulfuric acid in the electrolyte reacts with lead dioxide to form lead-sulphate.
Under optimum operating conditions this would be absorbed into the electrolyte during recharge. Over time the lead‑sulphate crystalises on the . . .