Chemistry | H2SO4 | Lead-Acid Battery Production

A reliable inline sulfuric acid concentration measurement ensures the quality of the formation process and the final H2SO4 concentration in the battery. It also reduces the shutdown time during production change at the filling station.

Lead-acid battery production

Overview

The lead-acid battery is the oldest and most proven type of rechargeable battery. Because of its low price and the relative large power-to-weight ratio it is mainly used as automotive starting, lighting, and ignition (SLI) battery, despite its very small energy-to-weight ratio. The main components of a lead-acid battery are anodes made of lead, cathodes made of lead dioxides, and diluted sulfuric acid (H2SO4) as the electrolyte.

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