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The PulseTech PowerPulse PP36L (AKA 735x036) is not a charger. This onboard device utilizes revolutionary ReNew-IT Pulse Technology™ to safely prevent the main cause of battery problems and failure: sulfation. Over time, the chemical reaction of lead acid batteries, force sulfates to leave their liquid state, adhere to and build up on the lead battery plates. This build-up of sulfur inhibits the electrolyte from reacting with the plates and slowly kills your battery.
The phrase my battery never seems to have the power it used to! is a common remark, that does not need to be uttered when you use a Power Pulse onboard desulfator. The PP-36-L will prevent sulfation from occurring and can even reverse the effects and recondition batteries that have become sulfated.
Selected as a Top 50 Product by Automotive Engineering magazine, the 36-Volt PowerPulse is designed to ensure maximum battery performance 36-volt lead-acid battery systems. It also works on two or three small 36-volt battery systems connected in parallel. The PP36-L is ideal for virtually any kind of vehicle or equipment that is charged on a regular basis, including golf carts, commercial electric vehicles, forklifts, boats, and much more. It comes with 3/8 lugs that connect directly to the battery terminals.
The Power Pulse units do not use high voltage pulses, they use frequency pulses. Also the unit will shut off if the battery bank falls to 29 volts. They draw around 10 mAh. If your batteries are going to sit longer than a month off charger or you do not wish for you batteries to discharge to 29V then you can add an inline switch to disconnect the Power Pulse. Just make sure to solder the connection to ensure the resistance is not impeded.
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Sulfation is the buildup of lead sulfate (PbSo4) crystals on your battery plates.
All lead acid batteries will suffer from the effects of sulfation. It is the unwanted byproduct of the natural double sulfate chemical reaction that generates electricity within the battery. When a battery is in use, the active material on your battery’s plates, lead and lead dioxide, react with the electrolyte or sulfuric acid (H2SO4) to generate electricity. During this process a thin layer of non-crystalline solid lead sulfate is deposited on the plates.
During charging, this sulfate deposit is supposed to be converted back to lead dioxide and sulfuric acid restoring the battery back to its pre-discharged state. However, the process is not perfect. Incomplete charging or prolonged time left in a discharged state will convert the amorphous (non-crystalline) lead sulfate into a hardened crystalized form diminishing the ability of the battery to reach full charge.