Battery me kon sa water danle. If one has knowledge of water treatment technology as I do, one would know that rain water at about 20ppm will do- I use without adverse effects. As will melted ice water from fridge/freezer-even better. As comparison, distilled water is about 5ppm, de-ionized about same- tap water depending on source may have from 300- 2000 pm- TDS-(total dissolved solids or salts) -definitely harmful to batts & car /vehicle radiators! Also steam irons! A TDS meter measures level in sample- without one, simply use a multimeter on Ohms with probes dipped into sample- the higher the reading the better-i,e, infinity- drop a pinch of salt into sample & watch reading lower!I added too much water to a lead acid battery and it performs poorly now.
Can i simply remove water and lower the level to just above the plates to restore battery performance ?
Or should remove water and add electrolyte solution ?
Is there a test kit for the proper electrolyte to water mixture ?
Is the specific gravity the result of the electrolyte and water mixture ?
Any info on test kits or fixing this self induced problem is greatly appreciated.
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