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Stretching Your Golf Cart Battery Dollar

Battery prices are rising!

To save money, a good strategy is to make batteries last as long as possible.

   


Golf cart owners FORK LIFT OWNERS, today want batteries to last longer before they have to replace them. They want them to last longer on a charge. Owners today don’t just need carts that last 18 holes on the golf course. They are shoppers and commuters who use golf carts for errands, visiting and just plain getting around town. They want to go the distance and back.

     The problem is, over time, battery operated golf carts slow down. They don’t go as far; they don’t hold as much charge. Lead sulfate builds up on the battery plates. In fact, 75% -80% of lead acid batteries — the kind used in golf carts — fail prematurely because of the formation of lead sulfate crystals on the plates. If batteries sit in disuse, it makes matters worse, as crystal buildup makes batteries unusable in a matter of months, especially in hot weather.

     Chuck Van Breemen invented "THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM'S Battery Life Saver SYSTEM to protect the environment by extending battery life and reducing the power needed to recharge batteries. It is a "JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM'S electronic system that easily rejuvinates a battery bank. It will keep lead sulfate from forming. THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM also can be used to restore  COMPLETE “dead,” sulfate-ridden batteries to their original condition.

     The THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM'S SYSTEM SERVICE uses  Battery Restoration Technology, which dissolves the lead sulfate crystals, restoring electrical flow. If you are technically inclined, THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM is a “square wave,” SYSTEM with enough power and variability to excite all the frequencies of lead sulfate crystals and convert them back to lead and sulfuric acid. This JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM restores the battery to its original condition and allows the electrical charge to be drawn from the battery.

     Sterling R. of Sun City Center, Florida, drives two miles every day to the golf course, plays 18 holes and drives back. He put new batteries in his golf cart just before he HAD "JD_POWERMAXX LOOK OVER THE SYSTEM". Over the course of his trip, his fuel gage would go down to l/2 full. After he began using JD_POWERMAXX'S SERVICES, his gage only went down to 3/4 full. This means he is using 1/4 of the power available in the battery. Great savings all around!

     Today golfers and short distance golf cart drivers are stretching their dollars by using Battery Life Saver. It can be used as well on cars, tractors, trucks, lawn mowers and airplanes.

What causes a car or auto battery to go bad?


The first most common cause of premature failure...

Is due to a build-up of sulfate on the plates, which interferes with the charging and discharging of the battery. This build-up is accelerated by the following:

  • high temperature -- over 70 degrees;
  • discharging the battery below 10.5 volts;
  • storage without charging

The best way to prevent and remove this build-up is to use a BLS.

The second most common cause of premature failure...

Is loss of electrolyte --(the liquid chemical that causes electricity to flow) --due to overcharging or heat.

The third most common cause of premature failure...

Is undercharging because undercharging accelerates the build-up on the plates.

Use JD_POWERMAXX'S SERVICES to over come this problem.

The fourth most common cause of premature failure...

Is called "old age." This is a result of the plates shedding material which falls to the bottom of the battery cell and eventually shorts the plates. This shedding of material is accelerated by the build up mentioned above.

The answer to longer battery life is BLS.

The fifth most common cause of premature failure...

Is excessive vibration. This causes the shedding to occur faster. JD_POWERMAXX'S SERVICES BATTERY LIFE SAVER can help here because clean plates will shed more slowly

Why doesn't it last as long as the warrantee?

This is a ploy by manufacturers to guarantee that you will buy another battery from them. They want to sell you a new one. Your warrantee is based on the number of months of use since purchase. This is called pro-rated. The pro-rated price you pay is its actual true price.

The second reason they need your battery back to get the lead from it. 98% of the lead they use has to be recycled.

What can I do to prolong its life?

  • Perform regular maintenance, especially during hot weather as follows:
  • Check the electrolyte level in your battery.
  • Clean the battery top to eliminate conductive paths so electricity is not re-routed and wasted.
  • Check the battery voltage and recharge if necessary.
  • After deep cycle discharges or jump starts, recharge your battery.
  • Or use THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM'S Battery Life Saver SYSTEM— and forget about it!!

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    If I use THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM'S Battery Life Saver SYSTEM, how long will it extend the life of my battery?

  • The typical life of a battery is three years. Some people have estimated that a battery used in automotive applications in North America, without failure caused by sulfate build-up, would last nine years. We say that THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM' will double or triple the life of your battery.


Why shouldn't I just buy a new battery when my old one goes bad?

You can. It will cost you more money in the long run. Also, you still run the risk of being stranded by battery failure as new batteries go bad quicker than you realize. This usually occurs in the worst possible place at the most inopportune time.

New batteries are frequently not very fresh -- i.e. they may already have sulfate build-up from sitting on the store shelf too long. For example, I recently bought a new battery from a major auto parts chain and had to use my THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM on it before it would start my car. Even if you do buy a new battery, you should use BLS to bring it up to a new condition and keep it there. The THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM not only increases its life but also its performance and starting power!

Remember too, when considering cost, that THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM is not discarded but used on each new or used vehicle that you purchase. If you consider all the vehicles you might purchase in your lifetime and all the batteries you might purchase and multiply the life of each battery by two or three times you will understand what a tremendous cost saving THE JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM offers!

Basics of Battery Operation

Batteries are vital in our society, an upper level in the scale of ability for humankind. They give us the power to store and manipulate energy. They are everywhere from our watches, cars, computers, pacemakers to the space shuttles and the space station. The more complex is a society the more omnipresent and the more dependent we are.

A big downside is that most batteries have a limited lifespan and although replacing some is relatively inexpensive, replacing others can be a big blow to our personal economics. Thus anything we can do to reduce that blow is something that deserves our attention. That is the reason for this article.

The subject is such that I divided it in several parts. The first part is dedicated to the lead-acid battery restoration. They are the most broadly used rechargeable batteries today and replacing them has become quite expensive due to the constantly rising cost of the lead and lately the sulfuric acid. We find these types of batteries in our cars, electric cars, golf cars, trucks, motorcycles, airplanes, boats, forklifts, solar systems etc.  

Now, to bring an easier understanding about how to restore a battery, we are going to start by explaining simply and briefly about what a battery is, how it works and why it fails.

Let’s start by defining what a battery is; in general a battery is a device in which chemical energy is transformed into electrical energy.  For practical reasons batteries are classified in two types: a “primary battery”, when the battery can only be use once (disposable) because the chemical reaction that happens inside is not reversible by simple means and the “secondary battery”, when the chemical reaction can be reversed by applying electrical energy to the battery (rechargeable). This reverse reaction capability is what enables the batteries to be reused as storage devices.

How Does a Battery Work and why batteries fail?

The simplest batteries, better call cells, are composed of two lead plates, one charged positive (lead oxide) and one charged negative (lead), with a chemical solution between them, generally a watery solution of sulfuric acid. The most complex ones have a larger number of cells but the basic principle is the same.

Batteries produce a direct current (DC); it always flows in the same direction. When you use a battery (discharge) the chemical reaction is releasing electric energy through the negative terminal. The reaction of the lead and lead oxide with the sulfuric acid produce lead sulfate, water and releases electric energy (electrons). If you discharge the battery too much you will have mostly water and lead sulfate that in such conditions tends to crystallize.

 When you charge a battery, you put electrons (electric energy) into the battery through the negative terminal, that energy activates the lead sulfate breaking it into lead and lead oxide and sulfuric acid. That causes a chemical reaction which stores electricity.

The electric current is produced by the presence of a surplus of electrons from the negative plate that flow toward the positive plate that has a deficiency of electrons via the sulfuric acid.

In summary the chemical reaction which stores electricity in the battery involves transformation of lead sulfate in an aqueous environment into the lead on the negative plate, and the lead oxide on the positive plate, and an aqueous solution of sulfuric acid. Conversely, when the battery is used (discharged) the interaction of the lead and lead oxide with the sulfuric acid produces, lead sulfate, water and electric energy (electrons). These reactions work in both directions.

There is one tragic flaw! Lead can combine with sulfate in two different ways. The first, discussed above, is beneficial. The second way forms a crystal which does have very little or no capability to efficiently conduct electricity and cannot easily be converted back to lead or lead oxide. Every discharge leaves a fine layer of crystals on the plates which little by little reduce the available plate surface (battery’s reaction area) and consequently the battery’s potential to store and release electricity. As a wider and thicker area is covered with this lead sulfate crystal, the battery loses power until it is not longer worth using.

What can be done about it? How to restore a Battery?

Before covering what things can be done to restore a battery I find necessary to clarify a bit further about two divisions on the types of lead-acid batteries.  The Deep Batteries and Starting Batteries, each has their own peculiarities and applications.

Starting batteries are the ones used in Automobiles; these batteries have generally many thin plates. They make the battery capable of providing as much current as it is possible in a relatively small unit. This kind of batteries is designed to be drained small amounts before they are charged again.

Deep-cycle lead acid batteries have thicker plates to aid durability, they resist more deep discharge cycles than the starting ones. Deep batteries are used in Golf carts, electric cars, are recommended for solar systems, etc. A deep cycle battery is designed to provide a moderate amount of current for a long period of time.

If they were athletes the starter battery would be a sprinter and the deep battery a marathon runner.

Car batteries are not designed to deep discharge. When you do deep discharging, active material on the plates is dropped. If you have thin plates very soon you will have holes in the plates and permanent reduction of the plate surface, consequently reduced current output and storage.

Now that we have clarified all this data on the next part we are going to go over the most common methods of JD_POWERMAXX SYSTEM battery

Reconditioning.

Reviving a Dead Battery

 

The Battery Life Saver electronic device can be used to revive a dead battery that has accumulated too much build up or has been allowed to sit unused for several months.

 

However, it will not work on one that has one or more shorted cells. See the "How Can I Tell if It's Working" page for details on shorted cells and how to tell if your battery has them.

This procedure works for a car-auto, deep cycle, marine and all other lead acid battery applications.

  1. A dead battery is one that will not take a charge. Either the charger will not even turn on or the charger can be left on the battery for several days and still the battery will not provide any power.

  2. It takes several days to a weeks to revive a dead battery, depending on how far south it is.

  3. Use a BLS-12/24-B and a good automotive battery charger. Preferably it should be a manual type with a rating of 6 to 10 amps. You will need the old fashioned battery charger, NOT one of the newer high tech Smart Battery Chargers for this purpose. Connect both the BLS and the charger to the battery, paying attention to the polarity.

  4. Charge the battery with the BLS attached until the voltage is at least 12 volts. Check the voltage with the charger turned off. Use a volt meter (available from Radio Shack) or the battery tester available on this web site.

  5. Let the Battery Life Saver run without the battery charger for a period of time. DO NOT LET THE VOLTAGE GO BELOW 9.5 VOLTS.

  6. When the battery voltage is between 9.5 and 10 repeat step 4 then 5.

  7. Work back and forth between 4 and 5 until the battery comes back up to operational condition.

  8. See "How Can I Tell If it Is Working" for details on how to determine if the battery is in usable condition.


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BATTERY RECONDITIONING AND REPAIR MANUAL





Revised April, 2008 and featuring an additional and very needed service for sealed batteries that are advertised as "no maintenance" batteries.
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PROCESS WE USE!


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