Gel batteries

Gel batteries require little maintenance and have a very high number of cycles. This makes them a real asset for the equipment and they can also cope with a higher current draw without any problems.

Here, the electrolyte is bound in a gel and additional lead plates are built directly into the battery. This means that there are fewer compatibility problems overall.

For this reason, the gel battery is well worth considering in the area of comfort and is suitable for regular use.

On the basis of the properties, there are clear differences compared to the other versions. But how exactly does the gel supply battery compare to the AGM or wet battery and what are the distinguishing features of the components?