Calcium versus conventional battery? by raistlin

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Now that there are a lot of batteries around which use Calcium instead of Antimony in the plates. I was wondering which would be the best for our cars. There seem to be advantages and disadvantages in general but with a Rover 75?

Cogito ergo sum... maybe?

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Posted 16 Dec 2012, 10:20 #1 

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My understanding is the ones with Calcium in are a lot more sensitive to being allowed to go flat. I understand they tend to stay dead if you do this, unless recharged within hours. Nne calcium ones aren't as sensitive I believe.

Posted 16 Dec 2012, 14:57 #2