Car Battery Reconditioning RECHARGE Battery Revitilizer

for treating sulfation build-up and lanessa batteries good quality batteries will go out in 10 years quite easily most batteries died away before the use by date due to selfish all it s the batteries get sulfation buildup on the internal lead plates and most document sulfation corrodes the lead until the plates collapse and the venturi knows the recharge conditioning program will virtually eliminate the sulfation problem so how early they said battery works as you have a negative sulfur on the software I guess it when you charge it up a positive electron ties to it that’s how the whole did charge that is what your hydrometer is doing it’s measuring how many cell phones are in the solution or how here be the orders if the battery isn’t kept fully charged which very few are the charge goes away they sit they discharge those negative sulfur ions have nothing to bind to they bind to the lead plates they turn into lead sulfate now that’s all facial build-up then begins to act like rust on steel and starts eating away at your place to eventually your plates collapse most batteries start from that they all get it most of them die for them and they usually die away before they use OneNote and that’s where each charge comes then recharge will dissolve those lead sulfate deposits off the plates get those sulfur is back in the sulfur I guess that holding onto electrons again holding a charge future capacity back you’re virtually reconditioning the internal circuitry you can do any less adventure with recharge we do all sorts we do golf carts we do trucks we do electric forklifts we’re do starting batteries and just about any sort of a sort of machine you can think of so what you do with recharge you get your little applicator you get your bottle it comes in the pack this is what we call our home pack so you suck up about 5 mils to sell for a car about 8 or 10 for a tractor more free a big truck batteries now it’s very important to make sure you put the recommended amount into each cell of the battery don’t just think that sells but tired I’ll do that one they’ve all got sulfation dudes a lot what’s not a silly idea once you’ve done that has put the put the applicator no each cell all your hydrometer new each selling that’s a pro stock blow a few times to start entertaining it in then you put the battery onto a charger and just charge it slowly essentially what recharge is doing is this reconditioning the internals of your battery you’re dissolving all the sulfation off the lid plates back into the sulfur I guess that’s getting them holding electrons getting it capacity back and you clean the plates up and you’re stopping that protein in the lid you virtually got a new battery internally the recharge conditioning program basically says charge about you in your first bite they’re very seldom fully charged once they get to between one and two years old turn on your lights take a bit of power out put recharge in then put it on a four or five M triple charge and just charge it right back to the top once you’re given your battery its first dose get in the habit at least once a year going into winter is ideal put them on a charge just to make sure they’re up there give them a good stir up keep the recharge active and low use scenario come along give them a dose every two years hi you scenario you should be able to get it three to three years quite easily now tired batteries batteries on the way out you’re going to get about sixty percent of them mech that’ll vary depending how far gone they are okay and that’s not sixty percent of capacity at sixty percent a battery they’ll either come back or they won’t pretty much they can treat up to three times the life the battery four times at a punch and like I said earlier you should be getting eight to ten years at least eighty good quality batteries now it is very important to charge the battery on a proper four or five amp trickle charge car batteries are going to need a good 24 hours your bigger batteries are going to need longer your big trucks might take two or three days to come right back to the top do not just throw it in and drive it alternators are half the reason for sulfation they get too low the alternator won’t bring it back to the top salvation is caused because they’re not fully challenged a question we often get asked is is recharge any good for deep-cycle batteries factors you actually get a slightly better result with deep-cycle batteries than you do with your normal car batteries because they tend to be made with better quality products better lead and there’s more of it reach ours is particularly good and low used scenarios vehicles that aren’t used every day now we have three different size packs when purchasing recharge you little hundred mil home pack that will lose three to four car batteries it’ll do six or eight motorbike a lawnmower batteries it’ll do a couple of your four-wheel drive 15 platters or one big truck battery so that’s going to work out at about eight dollars a car battery you have your full 50 ml farmer pack or right commercial pack does fifteen to eighteen cars does eight to ten in seventy tractor does five or six big truck batteries okay that’s going to work out about five dollars a car battery finally if you’ve got a lot of batteries or if you’re doing lighting systems or forklifts electric vehicles you have your two liter pack which does 70 to 80 cars does 35 to 40 in 70 tractors does about 22 to 25 in 150 trucks that’s going to work out at about $4 a car battery your two-liter is by far your most cost-effective option using recharge battery revitalize and conditioner saves you time chasing around after the tired batteries and it saves you money by letting you get the full life potential out of your batteries recharge battery revitalize and conditioner