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This guide discusses a strange and devious set of circumstances that has led to the successful chemical removal of sulphation from lead acid cells. Not only are the circumstances odd, but also the chemical used, EDTA, is benign– in fact, it is used as a human food preservative.
Learn how to recharge your old sulphated batteries with new life with this easy sulphated battery rejuvenation technique.
This valuable guide will teach you the following:
- What is EDTA? Ethylenediamine Tetraacetic Acid is an organic acid, a chemical cousin of vinegar. EDTA is used for many chemical jobs, but perhaps the most amazing is as a food preservative.
- This guide will teach how to revive batteries that are completely discharged and/or drained. Learn how to use EDTA to remove lead sulphate.
- Do you have a graveyard of drained batteries lying around? Learn how to breathe new life into these by recycling them.
This advantageous guide helps survivalists learn how to recharge spent batteries. Recycling batteries and breathing new life into them is environmentally friendly and a productive technique all survivalists should know!
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