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Maximize battery performance with pure water from the tap
Hard water in your home or warehouse drinking supply is usually perfectly fine for drinking. The minerals found in hard water — primarily calcium and magnesium carbonates — are not harmful to humans. In fact, they are beneficial. But those same minerals are extremely harmful to industrial batteries and are a leading cause of poor battery performance. The minerals in hard water affect cell voltages and increases self-discharge. The result? Shortened battery run time and reduced battery life.
Does adding a water softener help? No — because water softeners introduce more sodium into the water. And contrary to what some believe, "city water" isn't good for batteries either, because the chlorine and fluoride that are added to municipal water supplies aren't good for batteries. It is also important to know that these impurities are dissolved in the water and cannot be removed by conventional filters.
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