What is the difference between Lead Calcium and Lead Acid batteries

The difference in lead calcium batteries and lead acid batteries is the electrode inside the battery actually has not only lead but it also has a calcium material used to manufacture that electrode.  the benefit of that is that it works better in cold temperatures and also it reduces the overcharging gassing and water usage which are eliminated in our batteries because they are sealed.  So no gas is escaping, no water is used through evaporation and due to the fact that we add an external heater to the batteries there's no need for any type of cold weather specific battery. So due to these facts our products have the capability of using either let acid or lead calcium and still maintain the specifications. 

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