During discharge, the battery’s lead plate (-) and lead dioxide (+) react with sulfuric acid to create lead sulfate, water, and energy. When recharging, the lead sulfate and water are electrochemically converted back to lead (-), lead oxide (+) and sulfuric acid. However, a few sulfation ions remain adhered to the electrodes which accumulate over time. Eventually, the ions crystallize and reduce electrode exposure to the electrolyte.
This severely affects battery functionality and is ultimately the reason why 90%+ of batteries are discarded.
RenuVolt Technology’s patented process uses electrochemical sulphate reversion to restore electrode exposure to the electrolyte, thereby restore your battery’s capacities.
Ni–Cd batteries suffer from a “memory effect” if they are discharged and recharged to the same state of charge hundreds of times. The symptom is that the battery “remembers” the point in its charge cycle where recharging began and during subsequent use suffers a sudden drop in voltage at that point, as if the battery had been discharged.
RenuVolt Technology’s patented process restores your battery’s capacities.