Sulphaton or the sulphate crystals(white powdery) deposits on terminals of lead acid battery impacts the life of over 80 percent of batteries. Our BLESS product is perfected on a proprietary pulse technology that uses electronic pulses at calibrated frequency and amplitude to prevent pile up of sulphation. Broken lead sulphate crystals are recycled into the electrolyte solution. The pulses do not allow more than a miniscule sulphate accumulation, ensuring that the batteries still perform at their near peak capacities. Process enhances the storage capacity and releases desired power at the rated condition restoring normal operation. Rates of sulphation increases 40X for every centigrade increase in temperature: during summer the de-sulphation process using BLESS may take longer. Applications in automotive, UPS, telecom towers, industries, railways, defense, battery banks, hospitals. Product would not work on short circuited, leaked, nickel cadmium batteries.
All lead-acid batteries consist of two flat plates—a positive plate covered with lead dioxide and a negative made of sponge lead—that are immersed in a pool of electrolyte (a combination of sulfuric acid (35%) and water solution (65%). Electrons are produced from the chemical reaction producing voltage. When there is a circuit between the Positive and negative terminals, electricity begins to flow providing connecting sources with power. Sulphate Crystals, the white powdery deposit on the terminals of a lead acid battery gets deposited with aging-either through long usage or remaining unused for periods of time. This reduces the battery’s ability to accept, hold and deliver a charge. With time, these crystals become so dense that the plate surface no longer is able to accept or release energy. While there are several reasons for battery run down like self-discharge, insufficient run time, short circuit, leakage, faulty electrical Systems, physical damage, etc, but sulphation, impairs the life of over 80% batteries in use.
Reasons for Pre-mature Battery Failure:
There are eight major reasons for pre-mature battery failure:
- Battery self-discharge,
- Key off parasitic drain,
- Insufficient run time,
- Corroded battery terminals and cables,
- Intermixing of un-matched batteries,
- Operator error,
- Faulty electrical systems,
- Dead Cell,
- Physical damage.
A battery that’s at the end of its useful life can’t be recharged enough to restore it to a useful power level and is declared ‘dead’ and prescribed for replacement. Recharging does not improve the current retaining capacity.
However, our Battery Recovery Management system, using the superior Pulse Technology have a 70%+ success rate of reviving virtually ‘dead’ Sulphated batteries. In normal circumstance, BLESS extends the life of batteries up to 3X. The pace and degree of recovery, however, does depend upon the amount of crystallization. The desulphation in extreme cases may not lead to full recovery but to desulphate and hold it at between 50-60% levels, which is adequate to keep the Battery running for upto 3X time.
|Industry/Sub segment||Voltage||AH Values (Range)||Remark|
|Passenger Car (Petrol)||12V||45-100||Starting battery|
|Passenger Car (Diesel)||12V||100-160||Starting battery|
|E-rickshaw||12V||80-110||Deep discharge battery|
|Home inverter (Variant 1)||12V||100-200||Deep discharge battery|
|Home inverter (Variant 2)||24V||100-200||Deep discharge battery|
|Company UPS Application||12V||25-200||Deep discharge battery|
|Telecom/UPS Application||2.1V||200-600||Deep discharge battery|
|Railways Application||12V||45-200||Deep discharge battery|
|Railways Application||2.1V||100-800||Deep discharge battery|
|Railways AC Application||2.1V||1100-2000||Deep discharge battery|
|Motor boat||12V||100-200||Deep discharge battery|