What is Sealed AGM Battery?
The sealed AGM Battery is a car battery designed for two tasks: providing a powerful starter amplifier and long-running electronic equipment.
The important thing is that the service life of the Sealed AGM Battery is often longer than that of ordinary flooded batteries.
This acronym stands for "absorbent glass mat", which is one of many improvements made to Planté's original train light battery. The glass cushion that cushions the ultra-thin lead plate will squeeze like a sponge. In turn, manufacturers can squeeze more glass mats into a battery. More lead equals more power. In addition, this squeeze factor means that the internal packaging of the battery is tight.
The sealed AGM Battery also has a valve that regulates the amount of hydrogen and oxygen allowed to escape during charging. They belong to the broader category of Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) batteries and are typically used for long-term storage of large amounts of electricity or for long-running power purposes.
The sealed AGM Battery was developed in the late 1970s and was mainly used as a backup power source for telephone booths and early computer rooms. Over the decades, their use has expanded to include mobile power sources for motorcycles, military, aircraft, submarines, and offices.
Now they appear in everyday cars and trucks. Why? What is the biggest difference between Sealed Agm Battery and a standard flooded battery?
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