Please use protective equipment before disposing of batteries and avoid contact with sulfuric acid

Please use protective equipment before disposing of batteries and avoid contact with sulfuric acid. Use rubber or neoprene gloves, safety glasses, acid-resistant boots, aprons, and clothing.

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  I dropped the SLA battery, what should I do?

  Please use protective equipment before disposing of batteries and avoid contact with sulfuric acid. Use rubber or neoprene gloves, safety glasses, acid-resistant boots, aprons, and clothing. Neutralize any spilled electrolyte or exposed battery parts with soda ash or sodium bicarbonate until the hissing stops. Put the damaged battery in a thick plastic bag or another non-metallic container. Recycle the battery immediately. Do not store old lead-acid batteries, especially lead-acid batteries with damaged casings.

  Is there a difference between SLA, VLRA, and AGM?

  SLA (sealed lead acid) and VRLA (valve regulated lead acid) are different abbreviations for the same battery. This battery type has the following characteristics: maintenance-free, leak-proof, and location-insensitive. This battery has a safety vent that can release gas when the internal pressure is too high. Sealed AGM Battery refers to a specific type of SLA/VRLA in which the electrolyte is absorbed into the separator between the plates composed of sponge-like fine glass fiber mats. SLA batteries are divided into specific battery subsets.

  Sealed Deep Cycle Battery is also our product, welcome to consult and purchase.