Alum Epson salt electrolyte car battery conversion 12
www.overunity.com Alum_Epson_salt_electrolyte_car_battery_conversion_12 Video Hi, today I used an old used car battery for an Electrolyte conversion from Sulfuric acid to Alum-Epsom-salt mix with destillled water. The old car battery I used might have had a shortcuited cell, as it did only charge up to around 8 Volts on a normal car battery charger after a few hours of charge. Here is now a series of videos where you can see, how I did it step by step. I hope you enjoy it and can also try it. Due to some time limits I could not test it further, cause we are on the move in our vacation and have to leave now, but the results are pretty good, although there might be still the problem, that one cell inside the car battery is still shorted out by lead residue powder on the ground of one cell…as the battery voltage did not rise over 10 Volts… So I will do it again when I am back from my vaccation with a totally new car battery.. At least it was powering at the end a 20 Watts halogen light without problems and the voltage did not go down too fast….. I had no bigger load for the battery at this time at testing. A 300 Watts 12 Volts DC to 230 Volts AC inverter did not work, cause the voltage was too low for it.. so I could not test it with this inverter… Regards, Stefan.