Phoenix Battery Regeneration Department consists of patented state of the art equipment that removes the sulfation from the lead plates inside of a battery. These deposits build up over time decreasing it’s run-time. With this department, our goal is to “clean” the sulfation build up off of the lead plates at a slow rate causing the particles to be restored into the electrolyte of the battery. This process will increase the discharge time and give it a stronger chemical makeup; thus increasing production without the overwhelming replacement cost of a new battery. All batteries will undergo a (6) six mode cycle that will discharge the battery down to a set voltage that is determined by the Ah rating and the number of cells. The battery is then recharged to its voltage capacity and changed into a mode for an equalizing charge. At this point the discharge, charge, and equalizing charge modes are repeated for comparison. The process of “cleaning” the plates by way of a high frequency pulse is introduced into the battery throughout all 6 modes.
Our customers will be provided with:
- A report outlining the condition of the battery before and after regeneration.
- A line graph that will show what discharge and charge improvements were made through the regeneration process.
- A bar graph that gives individual cell recordings which includes voltage comparisons of the beginning, minimum, maximum, and the end voltage. These results are comprised of 3 minute incremental updates throughout the entire regeneration process by use of the Battery Monitoring System (BMS).
- In the event a cell is determined bad, the customer will be given the choice of either replacing it on their own or having the work done at our facility for an additional charge.
The Phoenix Battery Regeneration department has the capability of regenerating all types of lead-acid batteries. Example types would include: mine duty, forklift, golf cart and Valve-Regulated Lead-Acid (VRLA); such as the gel-cell type used in backup systems for cellular towers and hospitals. Please contact our office for a complete list.
With today’s “Green Energy” concerns in mind this is a process that would be categorized as eco-friendly. There are no chemicals to be added to the battery or unnecessary disposal of battery cells by way of regenerating them back to a useful state that is 80% of its original capacity (+/- 10%).