The lead acid battery is the original rechargeable battery.
They're the oldest, most dependable and most widely used type of rechargeable battery in
the world. This type of battery was first introduced in France in 1859.
Since then, it has been widely used for a variety of purposes.
The vehicle/car industry regularly uses this type of batteries in vehicles.
Other industries often use lead-acid batteries in marine applications,RVs,golf carts,alternative energy applications/battery banks,or scooters.
A huge number of lead-acid batteries are being used in the world today, inevitably they age, corrode and get discarded. However, many of the lead-acid batteries can be tested and reconditioned. Contact me to recondition and reuse the battery, so you can save mone and reduce waste.
Cycling, elevated temperature, and aging can all affect the performance of a lithium-ion battery and cause it to lose its ability to take a charge. Typically, when the battery will no longer take a charge it’s because the voltage of the battery becomes so low that its charger will no longer recognize it. When this happens, the battery will not properly charge. When the battery is dead and will no longer take a charge, even after hours of being placed on its charger, you can contact me to revive the battery to help avoid a costly replacement.
With smartphone flagship models being released every year, mobile technology is developing at a faster and faster rate. However, the batteries that power our mobile devices have yet to catch up. In a perfectly good phone, the battery is often the first thing that needs to be replaced.
But before you shell out the dollars needed to buy a new one, contact me.
Back in the 1970’s and 1980’s nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries were widely used in many different applications because, they are rugged and can be deeply discharged. But there’s a reason they’re not as widely used anymore: they have a “memory” issue.
The term memory comes from “cyclic memory,” meaning that nickel-cadmium batteries remember how much energy was discharged previously and only deliver that much on a subsequent discharges.
With new advances in battery technology, cyclic memory has been eliminated from many types of modern batteries. In the 1990’s a new type of nickel battery-nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH)- was produced and marketed as memory free. Many companies replaced the NiCd batteries in their devices with the new NiMH batteries; however, it turns out that NiMH batteries have some “memory” issues as well (although,not as bad as NiCd batteries).
Memory occurs in nickel-cadmium(NiCd) batteries if they are overcharged because this can lead to crystalline formation. Overcharging occurs if the battery is left in the charger for an extended length of time or is repeatedly recharged without an occasional full discharge.
Luckily, there are two methods to reverse this crystalline formation to bring the battery back to life and I can help you with that: contact me.