Lead acid batteries come in all shapes and sizes, and one of the most common types available is a VRLA battery. They are most often found in smaller applications and are a versatile and reliable power supply, if they are properly looked after.
Keeping the battery water at the correct level means that you will have to water your battery regularly. Putting too much water in the cells and conversely not watering them often enough can both damage your battery.
If you own your own golf cart, a small pallet jack or even if you’re in charge of looking after a fleet of cleaning machines, then you should know how important looking after the lead acid battery inside them is.