Battery Management – Life Enhancer and Revival System

Value Proposition:

The average life of any Lead Acid battery is 3.5 years. Thus, within a span of 10 years two replacements of Batteries are done normally. These replacement costs can be avoided with the usage of our product BLESS. We have priced our Product very attractively at a fraction of this cost.

 

Battery Functioning Overview:

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Any lead-acid batteries consist of two flat plates—a positive plate covered with lead dioxide and a negative made of sponge lead—that are immersed in a pool of electrolyte (a combination of sulfuric acid (35%) and water

solution  (65%). Electrons are produced from the chemical reaction producing voltage. When there is a circuit between the Positive and negative terminals, electricity begins to flow, Providing connecting sources with power.

  •  A lead-acid cell produces voltage by receiving a (forming) charge of at least 2.1 volts/cell from a charger. Known as Storage Batteries, lead-acid batteries do not generate voltage on their own/ they only store a charge from another source. The size of the battery plates and amount of electrolyte determines the amount of charge lead-acid batteries can store.
  • Storage capacity is described as the amp hour (AH) rating of a battery. In a typical lead-acid battery, the voltage is approximately 2 volts per cell, for a total of 12 volts or a rating of 125 AH, which equates to the battery’s ability to supply 10 amps of current for 12.5 hours or 20 amps of current for a period of 6.25 hours.
  • Batteries are in a constant process of charge and discharge, discharging when connected to a load needing electricity such as a car starting and/or an accessory pulling a charge. A battery becomes charged when current flows back into it, restoring the chemical difference between the plates.
  • There are different types of Lead Acid Batteries viz; AGM, Deep Discharge, Starting Batteries, Maintenance Free Batteries
  • The white powder is on the terminals of a lead acid battery is a sulfate crystals. It’s the physical signs of lead sulfate crystals which interfere with your battery’s ability to accept, hold and deliver a charge. As a battery ages through use or sits unused for periods of time, lead sulfate crystals enlarge and can build-up excessively to the point where they create a physical barrier across the surface of the plate. Before long, this build-up can become so dense that a battery is no longer able to accept or release energy.
  • Battery sulfation is a wasting disease that claims the life of 80 percent of the batteries in use worldwide.

 

The Technology- features & Amritasa’s USP:

  • The Pulse Technology perfected by our dedicated team of innovators use electronic pulses at calibrated frequency and amplitude.
  • It has the back-up of years of endurance testing on several types of Batteries.
  • This electronic pulses removes and prevents the piled up sulphation from the battery plates.
  • The broken lead sulphate crystals are recycled into the electrolyte solution.
  • These pulses do not allow any sulphate accumulation, ensuring that the batteries still perform at their near peak capacities.
  • It therefore enhances the storage capacity and releases desired power at the rated condition restoring normal operations.
  • The very badly sulphated battery plates may take several days to clean.
  • Rate of sulphation increases 40X for every Centigrade increase, thus desulphation may take longer during extreme summer conditions. Likewise in extreme winter conditions also pace of sulphation increases.
  • Even if the analyzer shows battery “needs to be replaced”, battery can be recovered, except those that have short circuit or physical damage. Once recovered, usage of our BLESS product can extend life of such batteries.
  • Declared as a “wonder product” by several Battery specialists and Institutions.

 

Installation Instruction for BLESS:

Easy installation, can be done in minutes.

  • Clean the battery terminals.
  • Connect the Red wire to the Positive terminal of the Battery and the Black wire to the Negative Terminal. Tighten it firmly.
  • Light indicator shows the desulphator has commenced working.

 

Advantages of our Battery Management System:

  • No damage to the Battery Plates, no adverse effect on the Battery.
  • The Battery terminals remain clean ensuring a longer life.
  • Light to show commencement of desulphation.
  • Micro-controlled
  • No need to add any desulphator solution.
  • Elimination of downtime improves overall efficiency.

 

Special Features of BLESS:

  • Backed by product warranty of 3 years with full replacement on certain terms and conditions.
  • Customised Models for 12V, 24V and 48V categories which can be used in all Lead Acid Batteries used in Automobiles, Inverters, Industrial Batteries, Telecom Towers, E-Vehicle, Railways, Agricultural equipments, Battery Banks at Data Centres, Solar Power Plants, Wind Power Plants, UPS, etc.
  • Attractively Priced.
  • Even after number of cycles, the batteries charged using Amritasa battery life enhancer have no sulfate accumulation, ensuring that the batteries will still perform at their maximum peak capacity.

 

Company’s Strategy:

To penetrate & touch at least 10% of available Battery.

Through:  Appointment of Dealer Network as well as direct Institutional Sales

By:  Offering Attractive Incentives and sharing the upside of the technology.

 

Works:

Works:Plot No. 64-C, DSIDC CWC Complex, Jwala Puri, Camp No.4, New Delhi 110 087, Delhi

 

Amritasa’s Further Commitment:

  • To Plant one tree for every Unit sold.
  • To adopt one child for every 5000 units sold.
  • To support old age people, especially Ladies for every 10,000 units sold.

It invites partners in this movement. The future generations will also thank you…

 

SEE Mapping:

The product has the ability to negatively influence Lead Pollution, the biggest pollutant globally, is able to make socio-economic impact through generation of employment and through co-creation of income for several many, especially in the rural areas and power deficit states.

Want to buy:
Please send your business enquiries to info@amritasa.co.in

 

Existing Customers & Prospective Customers:

State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank, all Commercial Banks, India Posts, SAIL-Bokaro Steel Plant, AIIMS, HCL Group, Indus Towers, GTL Towers, Indian Railways, NHAI, Defence, Logistic Companies, Battery Banks at Solar Plants, Wind Energy Plants, Data Centres, Call Centres, etc.

 

A few words on Safety:

Nationally, 2,300 people are injured each year using lead-acid batteries. Acid burns to the face and eyes comprise about 50% of these injuries as these batteries can explode. The remaining injuries were mostly due to lifting or dropping batteries.

 

Safety Basics:

  • The electrolyte is a solution of sulfuric acid and water. This solution can cause chemical burns to the skin and especially the eyes.
  • During normal operation, water is lost from a non-sealed (or flooded) battery due to evaporation.
  • During charging, lead-acid batteries produce hydrogen and oxygen gases (highly flammable/explosive) as electrolysis occurs.
  • Many lead-acid explosions are believed to occur when electrolytes are below the plates in the battery and thus, allowing space for hydrogen/oxygen to accumulate. When the battery is engaged, it may create a spark the accumulated gases and causes the battery to explode.

 

Servicing Recommendation for any Lead Acid Battery:

  • Remove corrosion on the terminal posts, hold down tray and hold down parts
  • Use a tapered brush to clean battery terminals and the cable clamps
  • Wash and clean the battery, battery terminals, and case or tray with water. The corrosive acid can be neutralized by brushing on some baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) solution. If the solution does not bubble, the acid is probably neutralized
  • To prevent shocks, never touch or come in contact with both terminals at the same time. If baking soda solution is applied with a cloth, remember that these solution can conduct electricity
  • When battery cables are removed, ensure that they are clearly marked “positive” and “negative” so that they are reconnected with the correct polarity
  • Use a battery carrier to lift a battery, or place hands at opposite corners. Remember, batteries can weigh 30 to 60 pounds, so practice safe lifting and carrying procedures to prevent back injuries
  • Never fill battery cells about the level indicator
  • Do not squeeze the syringe so hard that the water splashes acid from the cell opening

 

Prescribed Standard Precautions – a must follow check list

  • Always store or recharge batteries in a well ventilated area away from sparks or open flames
  • Damaged lead-acid batteries should be kept in properly labeled acid-resistant secondary containment structures
  • Use only chargers that are designed for the battery being charged
  • Always keep lead-acid battery vent caps securely in place
  • During normal operation, water is lost from a non-sealed (or flooded) battery due to evaporation.
  • During charging, lead-acid batteries produce hydrogen and oxygen gases (highly flammable/explosive) as electrolysis occurs.
  • Do not store acid in hot locations or in direct sunlight
  • Pour concentrated acid SLOWLY into water, do not add water into acid
  • Never overcharge a lead-acid battery and only replenish fluid with distilled water
  • Emergency was stations should be located near lead-acid battery storage and charging areas
  • Prevent open flames, sparks or electric arcs in charging areas
  • Lead-acid storage and charging areas should be posted with “Flammable- No Smoking” signs
  • Neutralize spilled or splashed sulfuric acid solution with a baking soda solution, and rinse the spill area with clean water
  • The electrolyte is a solution of sulphuric acid and water. This solution can cause chemical burns to the skin and especially the eyes.
  • If acid get into your eyes, flush immediately with water for 15 minutes, and then promptly seek medical attention
  • If acid gets on your skin, rinse the affected area immediately with large amounts of water. Seek medical attention if the chemical burns appear to be second degree or greater
  • Many lead-acid explosions are believed to occur when electrolytes are below the plates in the battery and thus, allowing space for hydrogen/oxygen to accumulate. When the battery is engaged, it may create a spark the accumulated gases and causes the battery to explode.
  • Inspect for defective cables, loose connections, corroded cable connectors or battery terminals, cracked cases or covers, loose hold-down clamps and deformed or loose terminal posts
  • Check the state of charge of non-sealed and sealed batteries with an accurate digital voltmeter when the engine is not running, and lights and other electrically powered equipment are turned off. Also check the electrolyte levels and specific gravity in each cell of non-sealed batteries
  • Tighten cable clamp nuts with proper size wrench. Avoid subjecting battery terminals to excessive twisting forces
  • Use a cable puller to remove a cable clamp from the battery terminal
  • Emergency was stations should be located near lead-acid battery storage and charging areas
  • Prevent open flames, sparks or electric arcs in charging areas
  • Lead-acid storage and charging areas should be posted with “Flammable- No Smoking” signs

Neutralize spilled or splashed sulfuric acid solution with a baking soda solution, and rinse the spill area with clean water.

 

Servicing Recommendations:

  • Keep metal tools and jewellery away from the battery
  • Inspect for defective cables, loose connections, corroded cable connectors or battery terminals, cracked cases or covers, loose hold-down clamps and deformed or loose terminal posts
  • Replace worn or unserviceable parts
  • Check the state of charge of non-sealed and sealed batteries with an accurate digital voltmeter when the engine is not running, and lights and other electrically powered equipment are turned off. Also check the electrolyte levels and specific gravity in each cell of non-sealed batteries
  • When checking the electrolyte liquid levels of the batteries use a rated flashlight that is intrinsically safe. In the event one is not available, use a plastic/non-metallic flashlight. Turn on the flashlight prior to getting near the battery when checking cell levels and turn off the flashlight when you are away from the batteries
  • Follow the battery manufacturer’s recommendations about when to recharge or replace batteries
  • Tighten cable clamp nuts with proper size wrench. Avoid subjecting battery terminals to excessive twisting forces
  • Use a cable puller to remove a cable clamp from the battery terminal.
  • Remove corrosion on the terminal posts, hold down tray and hold down parts
  • Use a tapered brush to clean battery terminals and the cable clamps
  • Wash and clean the battery, battery terminals, and case or tray with water. The corrosive acid can be neutralized by brushing on some baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) solution. If the solution does not bubble, the acid is probably neutralized
  • To prevent shocks, never touch or come in contact with both terminals at the same time. If baking soda solution is applied with a cloth, remember that these solution can conduct electricity
  • When battery cables are removed, ensure that they are clearly marked “positive” and “negative” so that they are reconnected with the correct polarity
  • Use a battery carrier to lift a battery, or place hands at opposite corners. Remember, batteries can weigh 30 to 60 pounds, so practice safe lifting and carrying procedures to prevent back injuries
  • Never fill battery cells about the level indicator
  • Do not squeeze the syringe so hard that the water splashes acid from the cell opening
  • Remove corrosion on the terminal posts, hold down tray and hold down parts
  • Use a tapered brush to clean battery terminals and the cable clamps
  • Wash and clean the battery, battery terminals, and case or tray with water. The corrosive acid can be neutralized by brushing on some baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) solution. If the solution does not bubble, the acid is probably neutralized
  • To prevent shocks, never touch or come in contact with both terminals at the same time. If baking soda solution is applied with a cloth, remember that these solution can conduct electricity
  • When battery cables are removed, ensure that they are clearly marked “positive” and “negative” so that they are reconnected with the correct polarity
  • Use a battery carrier to lift a battery, or place hands at opposite corners. Remember, batteries can weigh 30 to 60 pounds, so practice safe lifting and carrying procedures to prevent back injuries
  • Never fill battery cells about the level indicator

 

Reasons for Battery Failure:

There are eight major reasons for pre-mature battery failure:

  • Battery self-discharge
  • Key off parasitic drain
  • Insufficient run time
  • Corroded battery terminals and cables
  • Intermixing of un-matched batteries
  • Operator error
  • Faulty electrical systems
  • Physical damage

A battery that’s at the end of its service life can’t be recharged enough to restore it to a useful power level and must be replaced.

However, a battery that has been attacked by microscopic sulfate crystals inhibiting the battery’s ability to create, store and release energy, is a battery typically worth saving. It’s common for people to assume a sulfated battery is ‘dead’ when it can’t be recharged with a regular charger. However, battery recovery chargers using Pulse Technology have a 70%+ success rate of reviving these types of batteries.

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  • Do not squeeze the syringe so hard that the water splashes acid from the cell opening

Glossary:

In India normally voltage and Specific Gravity are the two measures that are used to determine the health of any Battery, but these are not all. There are other equally, if not more critical measure to determine the real health of the Battery.  These are as follows:

State of Health

It means how much battery capacity is left (%) comparing with the marked original battery capacity

State of Charge
Is a measurement of voltage currently in the battery. It’s usually stated as a percent of full charge.

CCA (Cold Cranking Amps)
This is the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) measurement that should be entered into the battery tester for test purposes. It is defined as the current in amperes which a new fully charged battery can deliver for 30 seconds continuously without the terminal voltage falling below 1.2 volts per cell, after it has been cooled to 0°F and held at that temperature. This rating reflects the ability of the battery to deliver engine-starting currents under winter conditions.

While in USA, it is referred to as SAE, in Germany it is referred to as DIN, in Italy it is known as CEI, while in Japan it is referred to as JIS.

Ampere-Hour
The unit of measurement of electrical capacity. A current of one ampere for one hour implies the delivery or receipt of one ampere-hour of electricity. Current multiplied by time in hours equals ampere-hours.

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