Sulfation in batteries is one of the most common reason batteries die. Sulfation occurs when a battery is left in a state of discharge for a long period of time and sulfate crystals form around the plates and harden. When you try and use it again the chemical reaction between the plates and the acid does not happen. You can easily see when this has happened as the battery gets very hot when being used and the battery smells like sulfur
As we welcome the new big hitter TN POWER to our wide range of products, we want to be able to give you a little bit more information about this. Lithium at first glance seems like a lot of money but is it worth it? In this blog post we will break down why we think Lithium is worth the money and why everyone should be making the transition.
There is nothing more annoying than waking up in the morning and finding, that your electric fence battery has gone flat and all your animals have escaped. If you have used a 12 Volt battery for an electric fence before, you will know that they only last a couple of months. If you haven't and you are thinking about powering an electric fence with a 12 Volt battery, be aware electric fences destroy batteries if done wrong. We have put together a very helpful guide on increasing the lifespan of your battery.