lead-acid battery

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Noun1.lead-acid battery - a battery with lead electrodes with dilute sulphuric acid as the electrolyte; each cell generates about 2 volts
automobile battery, car battery - a lead-acid storage battery in a motor vehicle; usually a 12-volt battery of six cells; the heart of the car's electrical system
storage battery, accumulator - a voltaic battery that stores electric charge
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Ebonex is a pre-revenue IP-based company that has developed patented technology in the field of advanced materials and manufacturing methods for advanced lead acid batteries.
Part of the reason we co-founded AquaMetals was from a deep-seated belief that we havent seen the best of lead acid batteries (LABs) yet and that there could be a market for advanced materials, equipment and processes to support a new wave of LABs.
Lead acid batteries are used in the automobile sector and the market for lead-acid batteries in automotive segment is estimated to be the largest.
Lead acid batteries are primarily used in commercial vehicles, passenger cars, and two wheelers.
Lead acid batteries can power a wide range of objects, from lights to cars.
The high efficiency with which lead acid batteries can be recycled has resulted in several recyclers entering the battery business.
Lead acid batteries are rechargeable made of lead plates situated in a 'bath' of sulfuric acid.
15 -- Lead acid batteries, is a huge industry and conventional "reciprocaur" car sales are still increasing thanks to China and other emerging nations.
Traditionally, ceramic battery vents have been used to vent excess gas from lead acid batteries during operating cycles and prevent flame ingress into the battery.
Hoppecke Industrial Batteries--which has supplied batteries to some of the leading names in materials handling for decades converts over 60% of used lead acid batteries into brand new manufactured items.
With lead acid batteries, Coy says, "You have an intrinsic value that promotes the recycling of that material.
Battery manufacturers are developing high-powered 42 volt lead acid batteries to replace the present 12 volt standard in order to satisfy consumer pressure for more convenience and safety devices in vehicles.