Our power recovery technology for secondary batteries is founded on a procedure that we called the Genesis Battery Power Recovery Process. This methodology was designed to follow strict scientific principles of electrochemistry of lead acid batteries. The overall purpose of the methodology is to recover the lost potentials of any lead acid battery in any state of health, including those considered to be scrap, or spent, and out of service in any state of charge. Batteries can be flooded or sealed, AGM, Gel, and VRLA of any brand, size, voltage, amperage, and any manufacturing age. The main characteristic required for success is that the batteries be mechanically intact inside.
This Genesis method includes the following four steps:
- • Screening― identification of the battery mechanical’s integrity
- • Regen― reactivation of passive electrochemical energy
- • Recovery― renewal of lost potentials of the battery similar to when new
- • Branding― quality control where full amp-hour capacity is tested
The Genesis process requires the use of the XCharger or the Genesis and our battery desulfating additive PowerPlus. The XCharger is for batteries of 6, 8 and 12 volts both cranking and deep cycle. The Genesis is for industrial batteries used on forklifts and electric pallet jacks of any voltage and amperage. Please learn more about this by downloading literature we have in the Downloads section of this website. There, you can read “BSI Technology”, and “Why Lead Acid Batteries Die” to learn more about this.
To use our technology it is not necessary to break apart a battery to recover its lost potentials. The main feature of our process is that it can be used for maintenance, prevention, trouble shooting, and recovery of the lost potentials of batteries performing below rated capacity and with those considered scrap or out of service.