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Lead acid battery problem
The acid in a lead acid battery is sulfuric acid. The battery consists of lead plates in a solution of sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid and the lead plates act together to create and store electricity.
However this process creates a gradual build-up of a residue called lead sulfate (sulfate for short) on the battery plates. The sulfate build up reduces the flow of electricity because it prevents the acid from contacting the lead plates.
The only effective way to maintain a battery at top performance and operating capacity is to continually reverse the part of the chemical process that destroys the battery. This is called de-sulfating the battery. De-sulfating is done by a desulfator. This is an electronic device that causes the sulfate crystals to dissolve.
The Battery Life Saver electronic device de-sulfates the battery restoring your car battery to a better than new condition and keeping it that way. Your battery will always operate at Peak Performance thus eliminating the problem of a "dead battery" or a weak battery.