Alessandro Volta made the world’s first battery in 1791. We don’t know why he piled alternating copper and zinc disks atop each other.
Heavy-duty industrial batteries in forklifts, mobile plant, and other industrial applications require topping up
Electrodes are a special class of electrical conductors. Because they are able to contact a non-metallic part of a circuit, and so complete it.
Electrochemistry is a big topic and not always easy to understand. In simple terms, it is the study of chemical reactions during an exchange of electricity
Lithium battery aging continues to be a thorny problem. Daniel Abraham at Argonne National Laboratory thinks this may be because
Around 80% of batteries made in the United States are alkaline. Moreover, over 10 billion individual units leave factories worldwide annually.
All batteries work the same way, despite the various types appearing totally different to the eye.
Automobile manufacturers report a gradual increase in premature lead-acid battery failure. We do not supply these battery types ourselves.
Lithium-ion batteries are so common nowadays we sometimes wonder whether hardware stores sell batteries with free power tools.
From time to time, someone calls in and wants to know more about the sulfuric acid in sealed batteries. It’s strange so many folk have no idea what sulfuric acid is