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Daily Archives: 12-February-2013
I recently have received a number of questions about the outgassing of hydrogen gas that can occur from lead acid batteries when they are being overcharged. I thought it would be useful to review what is happening when a battery is outgassing. When being charged, batteries can release enough hydrogen gas to create an explosive hazard. Consider this report and Figure 1 as an example as to what can happen. With lead-acid batteries, hydrogen gas can be generated any time, but charging is when the greatest challenges are faced. Continue reading