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- Battery De-Sulfater Brochure
- Quantity Chart & Usage Instruction Sheet (PDF)
- Voltage & Specific Gravity Chart (PDF)
- Safety Data Sheet (PDF)
- How Battery De-Sulfater Works (Video)
- De-Sulfater Usage Equalization Instructions
- Battery De-Sulfater Warranty (PDF)
Battery De-Sulfater is a non-acid chemical formula which breaks down deadly sulfation corrosion that has formed on plates and insulators and restores normal action in cells. The chemicals in Battery De-Sulfater are safe for all new and used lead acid batteries. It has an indefinite shelf-life and is unconditionally guaranteed to restore, improve and prolong the life of mechanically sound lead-acid batteries regardless of make, age, or size.
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Anywhere in the Continental U.S. All orders of less than 14 bottles are shipped with these rates selected automatically at checkout.
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NOTE: If your specific battery type is not listed in the chart above, use the formula below to calculate the amount of Battery De-Sulfater to add to each cell of the battery.
Battery De-Sulfater Volume Calculation formula
((w * 2.5) ÷ c) ÷ 30 = s
w = Weight of battery, in pounds
c = Number of cells in battery (e.g., 3, 6, 12, 18, 24)
s = Number of fluid ounces of Battery De-Sulfater to add to each cell
Multiply the weight of the battery (in pounds) by 2.5, then divide this number by the number of cells present in the battery (e.g., 3, 6, 12, 18, 24), then divide this number by 30. This is the amount of Battery De-Sulfater to add to each cell of a deep cycle battery. If treating a starting battery, use at least 1/3 less than the amount calculated.