Replacement For Lead-acid Battery
Your standard lead-acid battery uses pure lead cells and sulfuric or hydrochloric acids. These batteries are everywhere and must be manufactured, transported, stored, handled and disposed of as hazardous materials (HAZMAT). While large, automobile type batteries are recycled, millions of small hearing aid, AA, AAA, C, D and 9-volt batteries are dumped into our landfills everywhere.
The solution? Use ground-up lead-crystal and vinegar instead. By mixing silicon (sand) with lead and antimony and then grinding it up to the consistency of talcum powder, we get a stable compound that, together with vinegar, creates a more powerful and longer lasting replacement for lead-acid batteries everywhere.
What’s the trick? The power of a battery is based on the surface area of reaction between the lead and the acid. That is why battery technology evolved to the lead cell 100-years ago. By mixing lead with silicon, antimony and other elements, a more powerful reaction is created using a weaker, safer acid; and the surface area of the reaction is vastly increased by grinding up the lead-crystal.
This new, lead-crystal-vinegar battery technology applies to all sizes of lead-acid batteries from very large batteries for submarines to hearing aid batteries.
This new battery technology is ideal for the electric car industry, solar storage and many military applications. It weighs one-third less, is more powerful, lasts longer, does not explode, and does not use dangerous acids. It is also, safe for the environment.