As lead acid batteries are charged, minute quantities of hydrogen (H2) gas are produced. Normally, the amount of hydrogen generated during charging is not of a sufficient quantity to cause concern. There are instances however, where for various reasons, hydrogen may accumulate to create potentially hazardous ...
By Armstrong Monitoring Corporation (AMC) based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).
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