As a result, Scandinavian wheelchairs operate by using mobility scooter batteries. Consequently of a few different battery sizes. Therefore it is important that the wheelchair owners stick to the same type and capacity of batteries. This will prevent the buying of an incorrect product and the waste of time that this ensues.
Of these batteries are made from AGM Technology.
Consequently, the AGM battery can also be known as the VRLA battery. Of course, this stands for “valve regulated lead acid battery”. Hence, the two types are virtually the same battery. Thus, the AGM battery is sealed unit and will not spill out any acid. So, even if the battery is fitted on its side. Subsequently, the acid will not leak.
As a result, this is because the acid is not free flowing. But is filled with a type of glass matting. Hence the term AGM “absorbed glass matting”. Adding this glass fibre, then gives the replacement battery increased surface area. Giving them more power. So, when compared with a standard 12 volt battery. Hence, that we use on many of our cars. Could you reclaim the VAT on your mobility batteries? Click here to apply!