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The battery, after being filled with acid needs to be initially charged to avoid the risk of '''[[sulfation]]'''. There are two common types of batteries '''convention lead acid''' batteries and '''sealed batteries''' also known as absorbed glass matt(AGM) batteries.
 
The battery, after being filled with acid needs to be initially charged to avoid the risk of '''[[sulfation]]'''. There are two common types of batteries '''convention lead acid''' batteries and '''sealed batteries''' also known as absorbed glass matt(AGM) batteries.
  
The battery is stored without sulfuric acid ([[electrolyte]]) and to activate it acid is added.  Without acid it has an indefinite shelf life.   
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The battery is stored without sulfuric acid (electrolyte) and to activate it acid is added.  Without acid it has an indefinite shelf life.   
  
 
==Conventional Battery Activation==
 
==Conventional Battery Activation==

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