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BatteryVitamin – rejuvenate your battery and feel fresh again


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BatteryVitamin promises to rejuvenate your old lead acid battery and lengthen its lifespan. It does this by doing some ‘nano’ stuff to help keep the plates fresh by cutting down on the electroplating process. It’s apparently nothing to do with sulfating, which is a well known alternative method. Anyway it seems that it stops the corrosion of the plates in the battery. If it works as advertised it could be useful for the electric vehicle market, eh?

 What it all boils down to is that even though battery lead may be about 150,000 times less soluble than electrolytic lead, after about 3-8 years in service, a lead-acid motive power battery will have been exposed to an amount of electroplating at least comparable to the work performed by electrolytic refining and electroplating cells over a period of several hours. Batteryvitamin has a very specific functionality and is thereby able to cut down electroplating and to extend battery life without otherwise significantly affecting battery operation,

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Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • http://www.batteryvitamin.net John Fetter

    Batteryvitamin does not promise to rejuvenate. The way it works is analogous to the vitamins in our food. It is a preventative technology. Most battery cures are claimed to bring dead batteries to life. That is exactly the same as watering a dead plant, hoping to bring it back to life. Batteryvitamin acts against positive grid corrosion. It is applied via the filling water. It is an ongoing form of treatment. The average industrial motive power battery costs $3500. Batteryvitamin can add 40% extra life. That works out to $1400 that stays in the bank. It is only when you run through the numbers that spending that extra time on getting the Batteryvitamin into the batteries starts to make sense.

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