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ABCs Of Low Temperature Electrolyte

In winter, it is recommended to remove the battery from the car. The Low Temperature Electrolyte battery must be fully charged. We recommend checking the electrolyte density every 3 months and, if necessary, charging, these measures will significantly reduce the plate corrosion rate. To reduce the risk of explosion for this reason, some manufacturers in the design of the battery apply filters – flame arresters.

Do not discharge the electrolyte during storage. The battery must be charged. The lower the ambient temperature, the longer the shelf life. The eye indicator shows the electrolyte density in only one of the 6 cans. Therefore, to obtain complete information on the status of the battery, it is necessary to check the density in all six banks, as the indicators within them can vary considerably. Ambient temperature conditions (extremely low and high temperatures reduce battery life).