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What are the basic components of Lead Acid cell?

Ans. Basic components of Lead Acid cells are:

a) Positive Plates, which are tubular n shape, prepared by PBO2

b) Negative Plates, generally consists of lead grid into which active material of Sponge lead is pressed.

c) Separators, which are built by Synthetic, used between negative and Positive plates.

d) Container is prepared of hard rubber or PPCP with high insulating strength to resist acids which are used as Electrolyte.

e) Cell covers which covers container having level indicator and vent plugs.


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